Women who want to have children should consider moving to the countryside to improve their fertility, scientists have suggested following a new study.
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Marker of female fertility affected by high levels of air pollution - study
Air pollution has been found to affect a marker of female fertility.
Young, fit men who eat a diet of pizza, chips and burgers have much lower sperm count, study finds
Young, fit men whose diets are made up of pizza, burgers, chips and other processed staples have drastically lower sperm counts than those who eat fresher foods, a study suggests.
A Day in the Life of Andrew Thomson, Laboratory Manager at the LWC Cardiff
We speak to Andrew Thomson, Laboratory Manager at the LWC Cardiff about the latest techniques in the laboratory which are helping to improve the success rates for our patients in Wales.
Father’s Day - That time of year
We talk to Senior Fertility Counsellor, Tracey Sainsbury, about self-care on Father’s Day.
Increasing numbers of same sex female couples are having fertility treatment
Figures show an increasing number of same sex female couples seeking fertility treatment. We speak to Dr Hemlata Thackare, Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Specialist about her experience treating same sex couples.
Heather and her wife Jacey had intra-partner egg donation treatment at the LWC Bristol and now have a baby son.
Why come along to a Fertility Open Day in Wales and the South West?
With three events taking place in Wales and the South West in the next month, we take a closer look at what happens during our open days and why people should come along.