White Couple Sues New Jersey Fertility Clinic After Giving Birth To Asian BabyKristina Koedderich and Drew Wasilewski turned to the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science at St. Barnabas when they had trouble getting pregnant. Years later, a DNA-test revealed their daughter was only related to Koedderich.
A Fertility First: Same-Sex Couple Carries Same BabyA North Texas same-sex couple both wanted to carry their baby and through a special type of in vitro fertilization they were able to.
Advances In IVF Testing Spur Debate Over 'Mosaic' EmbryosIt involves testing embryos and implanting those that are considered at least partially genetically abnormal.
New Law Offers Hope For New Jersey Families Having Trouble ConceivingThe legislation involves a gestational carrier, which is a woman who's carrying a baby that isn't genetically related to her.
Eating Nuts Can Boost Male Fertility, Study FindsA study has found that eating nuts each day can provide a big boost to men hoping to become fathers in the future.
Startup Offering At-Home Tests For Women To Check Their FertilityCDC figures show for the first time ever, women in their 30s are having more children than those in their 20s. But putting off having a child can affect a woman's chances of conceiving.
CDC: U.S. Birth Rate Hits 30-Year Low, Fertility Rate FallingU.S. birth rates declined last year for women in their teens, 20s and — surprisingly — their 30s, leading to the fewest babies in 30 years.
Maternity Monday: Fertility IssuesFor many women, getting pregnant is not a problem, but for others it's not easy to start a family.
HealthWatch: New Cervical Cancer Treatment Brings Hope To Women Looking To Bear ChildrenTreatment for cervical cancer can often lead to a hysterectomy, which ends a woman's ability to bear children, but now there's a new approach.
Condiments Turn Guilty Pleasures Into Healthy ChoicesThe next time you top a burger with ketchup or sprinkle some cinnamon on your cereal, you’ll be adding nutrients to some foods that are guilty pleasures.