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Study presenting decline in puppy fertility may have human implications

Published in Odd and Fun on 23rd July 2017

26-year study of canine sperm presents an overall decline in quality, and may also shed light on fertility changes seen in male humans Britains dogs are becoming less fertile. Researchers who have systematically analyzed canine sperm over a span of 26 years say that overall sperm quality has been in decline. Environmental chemicals are implicated. […]

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Litter of 7 puppies are first born through IVF

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th July 2017

Nineteen embryos, seven pregnancies, one female beagle … scientists say procedure could save endangered species and prevent genetic disorders From the paint on their toes and the tips-off of their tails, the puppies stand out as unusual. But the litter of 7 will go down in history for more than the colours that tell them […]

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The science is mounting- dedicating newborns peanuts and eggs cuts allergy risk

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th July 2017

Researchers now have moderate certainty that infants should be given potential allergens from four months to help prevent severe reactions In the 1970 s, when we were in school, food allergies were rare. But Australian infants now have the highest rate of food allergy in the world. Up to one in 10 babies and two […]

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Don’t set a suitcase of herbs inside your vagina, warns OB-GYN

Published in Odd and Fun on 11th July 2017

Of all the body parts that you’re is expected to be detoxing at this time of year, you might think that your uterus would escape the listing. Yet according to Tiara Jant’s recent glowing review on XoNecole.com, “womb cleanse pearls” are what your baby-maker truly needs. We thought we’d heard the last in bonkers ways […]

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An Alarming Number Of Teen Girls Are Relying On The Pull-Out Method During Sex

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th July 2017

A recent survey on sexuality and teensconducted by the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention( CDC) found thattoo many teen daughters are relying on the pull-out technique as their sort of birth control. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the pull-out technique, Schemed Parenthoodhas a pretty straightforward, dummy-proof definition for it on their […]

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UK physicians to try permission to create newborn with Dna from three people

Published in Odd and Fun on 10th July 2017

Specialists poised to offer mitochondrial replacement therapy if governments fertility regulator approves the treatment Doctors will seek permission this month to make Britains first baby from the Dna of three people if the governmental forces fertility regulator approves the treatment for carefully selected patients. Specialists in Newcastle are ready to offer mitochondrial replacing therapy( MRT) […]

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14 -year-old girl who died of cancer wins right to be cryogenically frozen

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th July 2017

Judge backs UK mother in allowing body of teenage daughter, who died of cancer, to be preserved in US a process her estranged father opposed A 14 -year-old girl who said before dying of cancer that she wanted a chance to live longer has been allowed by the high court to have her body cryogenically […]

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3D embryo atlas reveals human development in unprecedented detail

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th July 2017

Digital model will aid vital research, offering opportunity chance to explore intricate changes occurring in the first weeks of life The beautiful and otherworldly development of the human embryo has been indicates that there is unprecedented detail in an interactive three-dimensional atlas. The digital models, built by a squad of scientists in the Netherlands, took […]

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Study proving decline in puppy fertility may have human implications

Published in Odd and Fun on 2nd July 2017

26-year study of canine sperm proves an overall decline in quality, and may also shed light on fertility changes seen in male humans Britains dogs are becoming less fertile. Researchers who have systematically analyzed canine sperm over a span of 26 years say that overall sperm quality has been in decline. Environmental chemicals are implicated. […]

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UK doctors to attempt permission to create baby with Dna from three people

Published in Odd and Fun on 2nd July 2017

Specialists poised to offer mitochondrial replacement therapy if governments fertility regulator approves the treatment Doctors will seek permission this month to generate Britains first baby from the Dna of three people if the governmental forces fertility regulator approves the treatment for carefully choice patients. Specialists in Newcastle are ready to offer mitochondrial replacing therapy( MRT) […]

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