Archive for Male Reproduction



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Shanna Swan: Toxic Chemicals Threaten Ability to Reproduce – The Intercept

This interview has been edited for length and clarity. There was so much media coverage when that sperm study came out. Did that spark any policy changes or substantive actions around chemical exposure?

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The Big Question All Men Need to Ask About Their Sperm – Yahoo Lifestyle

Over a half-century, researchers have tracked a steady, consistent drop in sperm counts among men in Westernized countries. This isnt news to many, particularly since a much publicized 2017 review of research illustrated the decline in sperm among men in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. But why is it happening?

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Fossils suggest worlds largest animal roamed the Earth 98 million years ago – ThePrint

Text Size:A- A+ Scientists have discovered fossils dating back 98 million years ago that belonged to a dinosaur that was possibly the largest animal to walk planet Earth. The remains of a long-necked titanosaur dinosaur was first discovered in Argentina in 2012, but have still not been fully excavated. The bones that have been unearthed so far suggest the dinosaur is possibly the largest one on record

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This week in weird news: Key West wants to ban people from feeding roaming chickens – Madison.com

Colombia's best-known drug trafficker, Pablo Escobar, may have been killed in 1993 but his influence continues to be felt in the country, sometimes in unexpected ways. Hippopotamuses brought to Colombia as part of Escobar's private zoo at his ranch, Hacienda Napoles, have bred so successfully that there is serious concern over their environmental impact and human safety, according to a new study by researchers at Mexican and Colombian universities. Escobar brought the hippos to his ranch in the early 1980s

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Evaluating the impact of COVID-19 on male reproduction – DocWire News

This article was originally published here Reproduction. 2021 Feb;161(2):R37-R44.

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COVID-19 and male reproduction: current research and unknown factors – DocWire News

This article was originally published here Andrology. 2021 Jan 11

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UKs Covid-19 R number estimated at 1.2-1.3…but falls in London – Evening Standard

The reproduction rate was last week estimated to be between one and 1.4. London is now doing relatively well compared with the rest of the UK.

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Hormone metabolites found in poop give researchers new insight into whale stress – The News Guard

Poop samples are an effective, non-invasive tool for monitoring gray whale reproduction, stress and other physiological responses, a new study from Oregon State University shows.

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Information for Healthcare Professionals on Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine – GOV.UK

Regulation 174 Information for UK healthcare professionals This medicinal product does not have a UK marketing authorisation but has been given authorisation for temporary supply by the UK Department of Health and Social Care and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency for active immunization to prevent COVID-19 disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus in individuals aged 16 years of age and over. As with any new medicine in the UK, this product will be closely monitored to allow quick identification of new safety information. Healthcare professionals are asked to report any suspected adverse reactions

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Bridgerton: An A-Z guide to help you navigate the world of the Regency era Netflix series – Firstpost

Lady Whistledown herself may have vetted this endeavour. Beloved reader, You must have, by now, taken in the delights of the newest entertainment offering for the masses the series known as Bridgerton, whose provenance may be traced to the streaming platform Netflix, the production establishment known as Shondaland, and the books of Lady Julia Quinn.

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December breeders: It may be wintry, but romance is afoot outdoors – Paducah Sun

Frozen precipitation grows more likely now, but this is a season when there is love in the air even when snowflakes are not. Natures plan involves different strokes for different species.

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Male waterhemp and Palmer amaranth may hold key to their own demise – Successful Farming

Scientists are getting closer to finding the genes for maleness in waterhemp and Palmer amaranth, two of the most troublesome U.S. agricultural weeds

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ESHRE reaffirms its guidance for a COVID-free clinic – ESHRE

ESHREs COVID-19 working group hosted a session at this years Progress Educational Trust annual meeting to reveal striking differences between clinic activity during the first infection wave and the second. A strict protocol of triage and testing can keep fertility centres COVID-free. ESHRE hosted a session on the resumption of ART services after the first COVID-19 lockdown at this years annual meeting of the Progress Educational Trust, publisher of BioNews, and reported there had been very few clinic closures during this latest second wave of infection

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Human reproductive system – The male reproductive system …

The penis, the male organ of copulation, is partly inside and partly outside the body. The inner part, attached to the bony margins of the pubic arch (that part of the pelvis directly in front and at the base of the trunk), is called the root of the penis. The second, or outer, portion is free, pendulous, and enveloped all over in skin; it is termed the body of the penis.

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Preservation of testicular cells to save endangered feline species – Jill Lopez

A research team at the German Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (Leibniz-IZW) developed a method to isolate and cryopreserve testicular cells. This will allow the safekeeping and biobanking of gametes and other cells of the male reproductive tract of threatened or endangered feline species. The findings have been published in the scientific journal "Cryobiology"

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Voles change behavior with the seasons – Valley News

Published: 11/15/2020 7:29:04 PM Modified: 11/15/2020 7:29:02 PM Bent down in an apple field searching for a lost earring, I found a different treasure: a stout mouse-like animal, with a short tail and stubby ears. It gave me one quick look, then disappeared through a maze of tunnels in the thick autumn grass

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Book Review: Me, Not You: The Trouble with Mainstream Feminism by Alison Phipps – USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)

In Me, Not You, Alison Phipps builds on Black feminist scholarship to investigate how mainstream feminist movements against sexual violence express a political whitenessthat can reinforce marginalisation and oppression and limits the capacity to collectively achieve structural change and dismantle violent systems.This short and accessible book challenges us to think deeply about how the politics of woundedness, outrage and carcerality are embedded within the feminist movement and our own organising, writes Lili Schwoerer, and serves as anotherencouragement to explore and engage with alternative imaginaries.

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Assisted Reproduction Technology Devices Market Overview and Forecast Analysis up to 2024 – TechnoWeekly

Global Assisted Reproduction Technology Devices Market: Snapshot Assisted reproduction technology (ART) devices have been designed and developed to solve issues pertaining to fertility. Ever since the initial introduction of IVF (in-vitro fertilization) in 1978, technique to resolve pregnancy related issues have come a long way

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From Here to Maternity: Balancing sport and parenthood – Stuff.co.nz

Female athletes are at the peak of sporting performance in the same years they're most fertile. In part 2 of our series, From Here to Maternity, when is the best time for athletes to think about having kids? How are they helped to make that decision?

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More Fun Than Fun: An Ode To Grandmothers and Their Grandmotherly Wisdom – The Wire Science

A woman with her grandchildren, in Bhutan.

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Beneficial properties of Zinc use within the human body – Mayo Advertiser

Zinc is found in every cell in the body and is a component in over 200 enzymes, more than any other mineral. stored in muscle, red and white blood cells, bone, skin, kidneys, liver, pancreas, retina and prostate in men, zinc is most well-known for its role in immune function and skin health. Zinc is involved in virtually every aspect of immunity (the master gland of the immune system ), and white blood cell (T-cell and lymphocyte ) production and activity

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It’s After the End of the World: A Zombie Heaven? – E-Flux

This essay borrows its title from a 1973 Sun Ra live album (Its After the End of the World, recorded in Germany in 1970). The phrase is employed here as a short riposte to an opening question or prompt that speculates on the possibility of art after the end of the world

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Golf Was Played in Nineties at Nine Hole Highland Course – The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Golf is such an indispensable part of Island recreation that it seems impossible to imagine the Vineyard without it. However, in the nineties the game was played only by a few ambitious souls who now with excusable pride call themselves the founders of golf here.

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Are Eggs Healthy? The Truth – Plant Based News

Reading Time: 4 minutes Are eggs healthy?

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The extrication of our society from the patriarchy: what still stands in our way? (By Ashton Milton) – This is Local London

A society in which the oldest male is the leader of the family or a society controlled by men in which they use their power to their advantage. This, as ascribed by Cambridge Universitys eponymous dictionary, is the definition of patriarchy and to this many people would attest that by this definition, the patriarchy no longer prevails in our society but to what extent is this true? Do we live in a truly egalitarian world and does this definition of the patriarchy truly illuminate the true depth of the patriarchy

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