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The 33 NewsThe Powell family is full of hugs and kisses--thanks to a surgical procedure that helped Brad become a dad. The Powell's believe Brad had a bilateral hernia as a child--the scaring then prevented the production of sperm. "But I remember there were times...
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TheBump.comWe've got the scoop on everything they won't tell you about at the hospital. Sure, all those books and classes have prepped you for the major things: labor and delivery, the unavoidable sleepless nights and, of course, round-the-clock feedings. But...
KTLA NewsMURRIETA, Calif. -- Authorities say a mother who already lost custody of two children in 2008 will lose custody of her 6-month-old boy whose testicles were chewed off by two large dogs in Riverside County. Murrieta police say the 22-year-old mother...
WASHINGTON (AP) — New research shows a painstaking surgical technique can help some men deemed infertile because of childhood cancer treatment to become fathers after all. Many of the cancer treatments that can save lives also leave survivors...
ReutersThe dimension in question is not penis or testicle size, but a measurement known as anogenital distance, or AGD. Men whose AGD is shorter than the median length -- around 2 inches (52 mm) -- have seven times the chance of being sub-fertile as those...
Tags: Health, Physical Conditions, Infertility, Semen, Human Body
Content Courtesy of Harvard Men's Health WatchWhen men (and, for that matter, women) think about the powers of testosterone, they are not likely to consider mental processes. Indeed, the male hormone has much more obvious roles in a man's body. Still, new research suggests that testosterone may...
Tribune Media ServicesA fascinating yet shocking development has been transpiring over the past few decades: The world is slowly starting to lose its boys through declining male births. This recent phenomenon has a lot to do with the steady infiltration of hormone-disrupting...
Content courtesy of the Men's Health NetworkTesticular cancer is the most common type of cancer in young men ages 15 to 35. Early detection is critical because testicular cancer typically grows quickly and begins to spread to other parts of the body just a few months after the first symptoms...
Americans are living longer than ever. As the population ages, many senior citizens are burdened with chronic illnesses, but many others remain healthy and active. When scientists investigate aging, they have to distinguish between changes caused by...
Premium Health News ServiceFace it, for most 20-somethings, getting pregnant isn't top priority. Not getting pregnant is more like it. But the truth is, it's never too early to protect your fertility for the future. Otherwise, when you are ready to start a family, getting...
Judge in Barry Bonds' perjury trial rejects transcript of secret recording of his orthopedic surgeonL.A. NOWThe judge presiding over the Barry Bonds perjury trial has refused to admit a transcript of a secret recording made of the slugger’s orthopedic surgeon and tentatively ruled that she would throw out all prosecution testimony about how steroids...
KTLA NewsRIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Charges have been dropped against a young mother whose baby son lost his testicles in a dog attack. Carrie Rae McKinney was charged with felony child endangerment back in April after her 6-month-old son was mutilated by a friend's...
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