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You're unknowingly eating plastic everyday. Here's what it does to your body

A study revealed that the average person could be consuming about 2,000 tiny pieces of plastic every week, which is approximately 21 grams a month, just over 250 grams a year.

Men's 'ticking biological clock' may affect partner, unborn child: Study

Infants born to older fathers were found to be at a higher risk of premature birth, low birth weight, higher incidence of newborn seizures, late stillbirth and birth defects such as congenital heart disease and cleft palate.


Genital TB is a major cause of infertility in women; all you need to know about it

TB, usually considered restricted to a person’s pulmonary system, if left undiagnosed, can spread to other body parts, including the brain, kidney, and the pelvic area like uterus and fallopian tube.

Stop asking a woman when she will become a mother

As precious as childbirth may be, pregnancy can often turn out to be a challenging task for many women.

Passive smoking causes infertility in men and women

Secondhand smoke contains all the same carcinogenic and toxic chemicals that the smoker inhales, but at even greater levels.

Male infertility linked to death: Study

Men with two or more semen abnormalities had more than double the risk of death.


Fertility problems? Don't skip breakfast!

Eating more calories in the morning,rather than evening,can help in tackling fertility problems.

Moderation the key to reaping coffee's health benefits

Urban India has only recently acquired a taste of coffee.

Testing Times

Tubal blockages,which factor for 20–25 per cent cases of infertility in the country,can be avoided by prompt testing

Are men to blame for menopause in women?

Men's preference for younger women may have a lot to do with it,says study.