Health Insurance May Need To Foot Bill For Infertility TreatmentsNearly 73,000 babies are born a year with the help of reproductive technology, including in vitro fertilzation, and now California may require health insurance to cover the treatment costs.
California Trying To Get Health Insurance To Cover In Vitro FertilizationIn vitro fertilization may be covered by health insurance in California soon.
Eating Fast Food Hurts Chances Of Getting Pregnant, Study FindsAustralian researchers have concluded that the amount of fruit and fast food in a diet can significantly affect the time it takes for a woman to become pregnant.
Eggs, Embryos Possibly Damaged At A Bay Area Fertility ClinicA San Francisco fertility clinic says thousands of frozen eggs and embryos may have been damaged after a liquid nitrogen failure in a storage tank.
Ibuprofen Linked To Male Infertility, Study SaysThe new study is a continuation of research that began with pregnant women.
Utah Family Expecting Quintuplets After Infertility StruggleAfter a five-year struggle with infertility, a southern Utah couple is now expecting quintuplets.
Smartphone Sperm Test Could Check Men's FertilityNew smartphone technology could help millions of men struggling with infertility.
Lack Of Sperm Coating Plays Role In InfertilityScientists from UC Davis have found a new contributor to male infertility, a protein that's supposed to coat sperm to help them swim to an egg -- unless that coating goes missing.