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Biem is the first virtual sex health service

Published in Odd and Fun on 20th July 2017

Talking about sexual health builds folks squeamish. While sexuality and dating have, for the most part, been taken care of by technology there isnt much talk of sexual health online. Until Biem. Biem is an app and service that stimulates it easy to talk to a sex healthcare representative and get exams taken. It also […]

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Human can now test their sperm counting use a smartphone app

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th July 2017

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Do your genes choose when you lose your virginity?

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th July 2017

( CNN) How old were you when you lost your virginity? Or perhaps you haven’t reached that phase yet. Either way, whether you’re 16 or 40 when you decide to have sex for the first time, you may think the choice comes down to your partner, the person or persons around you and the environment […]

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Indiana fertility doctor use his own sperm ‘around 50 times, ‘ newspapers tell

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th July 2017

( CNN ) After one girl detected eight unknown siblings following a commercial DNA test, she investigated and became aware that her biological father was her mother’s fertility physician, according to tribunal documents issued for Marion County, Indiana.Dr. Donald Cline had told his patients he was inseminating them with “fresh sperm” from a medical student […]

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6 YouTube videos that will explain women’s periods for you

Published in Odd and Fun on 28th June 2017

There’s no question that menstruation can be perplex. Once upon a period, the bleeders amongst us only had big sisters or friends to ask about tampon absorbency or whether a pad can be flushed( answer: no ). But anyone who ever puzzled over an instruction leaflet, furrowing their eyebrow and tentatively putting one foot up […]

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Future Family wants to give females a more affordable alternative in fertility treatments

Published in Odd and Fun on 25th June 2017

In 2016, the scales tippedtoward more moms having children in their 30 s than in their 20 s for the first time. However, those closer to 40 than 30 face higher risks than their younger equivalents. Add to that one in every eight couplesin the U.S ., regardless of age, have some type of fertility […]

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New research could make male contraception a reality

Published in Odd and Fun on 20th June 2017

The sperm and the egg .Image: wikimedia commons A team of British researchers claims to have found a route to alter cow sperm and reduce male fertility by stopping the sperm from swimming. The discovery, if confirmed and replicated in human sperm, could be used to develop new forms of male contraception, the scientists announced […]

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British Scientists Could Be Genetically Editing Human Embryos Within Months

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th June 2017

The genetic modification of human embryos remains a controversial issue, but a British scientist is hoping to become the first in the U.K. to gain approval to perform the process. Itcould be usedto reduce miscarriages and increase the success rate of IVF. Dr. Kathy Niakan, from the Francis Crick Institute, is currently awaiting a decision […]

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Why Womens Eggs Run Out And What Can Be Done About It

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th June 2017

Most females will have been made aware they have a biological clock and that its ticking. Most know the older females become the harder it is for them to conceive. But most probably dont know its because women are born with a limited furnish of eggs, and eventually they will run out. Eggs are made […]

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Checking Embryo Viability? Devote It A Good Squeeze

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th June 2017

Much like a piece of ripe fruit, a human embryo has a certain squishiness that could provide fertility clinic staff with clues about its viability, a new analyse detects. In fact, the technique of gently squeezing a series of embryos appears to be the most accurate way for researchers to figure out which one to […]

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