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New York City :: NY :: USA | 13 days ago

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Housecall Our weekly general interest e-newsletter keeps you up to date on a wide variety of health topics...Find out how your baby grows and develops during the first trimester...You'll undoubtedly spend the months ahead wondering how your baby is

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 17 days ago

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The production-line hypothesis stated that the first eggs produced in a female's foetal stage tend to have better connections or "crossovers" between chromosomes. But after counting the actual chromosome crossovers in thousands of eggs, researchers

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London :: United Kingdom | 24 days ago

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you might be staying unborn forever. Sperm banks in the United Kingdom are reporting that there have been markedly fewer donations to sperm banks since donors' right to anonymity was taken away in in 2005. According to BBC, the UK is facing "a major

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Brussels :: Belgium | 1 month ago

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But here, a bundle of sperm beat out other sperm in race to fertilisation! The sperm of a desert ant known as C savignyi bundle up to swim 50 percent faster than any single sperm could. The speed of the bundled sperm helps them reach the storage

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Oldham :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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Assisted reproduction is one of those rare areas in which Britain really does do world-leading research. Louise Brown, the world's first "test-tube" baby, was born in an Oldham hospital in 1978. In-vitro fertilisation, the technique that resulted in

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Meet the humble Magnetosperm, a tiny, sperm-like robot with incredible potential in the medical world. It's approximately six times longer than a human sperm, and  scientists at the American Institute of Physics say in a paper that Magnetosperm

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Cairo :: NY :: USA | 1 month ago

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Just when you thought you'd seen every kind of robot there is, researchers develop bots inspired by sperm. The tiny robots mimic the shape and movement of sperm cells and can be steered using magnetic fields. Dubbed "MagnetoSperm," the robots could

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Europeans spend an average of eight months of the year on vacation away from their jobs of picking olives or figuring out how to parlay all that Nazi gold for another couple of generations. They drink fabulous wine, sunbathe topless, and chain smoke

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Philadelphia :: PA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Here's an example of truth being not only stranger than fiction, but more politically questionable as well. Salamanders in the northeastern United States are mating and producing hordes of female hybrid sex parasites that threaten to overwhelm the

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Mumbai :: India | 1 month ago

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Sperm cells are extremely efficient at swimming against a current and travel long distances, through difficult terrain, to reach an egg to fertilise it, according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Cambridge and Massachusetts

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