In the “ThemenCheck Medizin” procedure offered by the German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG), interested members of the public can submit proposals for the… read more.
Young male gym users are largely unaware of the risks of their lifestyle on their fertility, a new study shows. New results from a survey of 152 gym… read more.
Research from experts at Michigan Medicine is highlighting the potential for additional at-home assistance for partners of those who are treated in the emergency department for a sexually transmitted infection…. read more.
A new study published today shows the number of sexual partners we have changes as we age – and there are some surprising results. Researchers from the University… read more.
In a recent study, researchers created a diagnostic test to identify functional sperm in infertile men that could change the treatment of male infertility and assisted reproductive technology. “Male… read more.
Vasectomies are much less likely to cause complications than expected, according to a new UK study reviewing the outcomes from over 90,000 vasectomies performed over 15 years. The… read more.
The length of a specific generation can tell us a lot about the biology and social organization of humans. Now, researchers at Indiana University can determine the average… read more.
A group of international researchers is calling for revised guidelines to help improve access to hepatitis B treatment in Africa. Hepatitis B is a highly endemic virus in Africa… read more.
Methenamine hippurate could be as effective as antibiotics for preventing recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs), according to a recent alert from the National Institute for Health and Care… read more.
A discovery that blocks the normal transition of semen from a thick gel to a liquid shows promise for development of a new form of non-hormonal, over-the-counter contraception…. read more.
Gilead Sciences, Inc. announced a pooled analysis of a 48-week open-label extension of two Phase III studies (Study 1489 and Study 1490) shows 99% of participants who initiated… read more.
There has been a rapid rise in the number of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections in China since the dawn of the 21st century. In the recent past,… read more.