If the 58 percent seems high, remember that these men had all gone to a fertility clinic.
A researcher attending a fertility conference in Michigan this week discussed her research linking obesity to lower fertility.
For hESCs to be patient-specific like iPS cells, "spare embryos" from fertility clinics will not be sufficient.
And men are playing an increasingly critical role in the science of fertility, Louis says.
Married women are interrogated by an “abortion panel” before they can exercise their right to control their fertility.
Association of ideas is a nursing mother to the fertility of authorship.
The Germans had a Corn-mother, a goddess of agricultural growth and fertility.
(b) That this Beow was an ancient "god of agriculture and fertility."
It may be asserted, therefore, that climate affects the fertility of the race.
The face of the land looks like spring, so wonderfully does the rain operate to give beauty and fertility to the earth.
fertility fer·til·i·ty (fər-tĭl'ĭ-tē)
The state of being fertile, especially the ability to produce young.