Environmental contaminants can have an impact on reproductive health and fertility.
ASRM STATEMENT ON ZIKA VIRUS
Registration Open for ASRM Advocacy Academy
The Ethics Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Publishes a New Report: Disparities in Access to Effective Treatment for Infertility
Processed Meat Consumption Is Not Good for Sperm’s Fertilizing Ability; Consumption of Poultry Is Beneficial
NIH Seeks Comment on National Children’s Study Alternative
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Contact With High-Level Disinfectants Leads to Longer Time to Pregnancy for the Nurses Exposed to Them on the Job
Dairy Intake Improves Reproductive Outcomes
Exposure to Air Pollution in the First Seven Weeks of Pregnancy Increases Pre-Term Delivery Risk
Phthalate Exposure May Affect Levels of Sexual Interest in Premenopausal Women
For Men, Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Improves Sperm Function in IVF, but Consumption of Pesticide Residues Harm Sperm
Environmental versus genetic sex determination: a possible factor in dinosaur extinction?
George Washington’s infertility: Why was the father of our country never a father?
Smoking And Infertility
Pérdida recurrente del embarazo (Recurrent preganancy loss)
Optimizing Male Fertility
Evaluation and treatment of recurrent pregnancy loss: a committee opinion
Endometriosis (Spanish booklet)
Sangrado Uterino Anormal (Abnormal Uterine Bleeding)
Cross-border reproductive care
Exposure to toxic environmental agents
Will toxins in the environment affect my ability to have children?
¿Las toxinas en el ambiente afectarán mi capacidad de tener hijos?
Fibroids and Fertility
SRBT Salary Survey
What is recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL)?
Does My Age Affect My Fertility?
Male Fertility and Infertility
Environmental toxicants can last up to a year or longer in sperm
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