Men who are found to be infertile also carry an increased risk of dying sooner than men with no problems reproducing, a Stanford University School of Medicine study has found.
Stanford researchers report they are a step closer to helping men overcome the most common factor of male infertility, at the same time potentially eliminating the need for a live male to reproduce.
The Food and Drug Administration is trying to crack down on a Fremont sperm donor who has fathered more than a dozen children.
Dave and Teri have been trying to get pregnant since they married five years ago. They both assumed the problem was hers.