Declining fertility rates around the world are leading to a “baby bust” in many countries including the UK, health experts have warned.
As the NHS approaches its 70th anniversary, this year marks the milestone of another significant UK medical achievement: the 40th birthday of the world’s first IVF baby.
Women who only use an inhaler to alleviate the symptoms of an asthma attack rather than taking long-term medication could find it more difficult to conceive, according to new research.
A north-east mother, who feared she could not have children due to a painful chronic health condition, has donated money back to the fertility centre which gave her the gift of life.
About four out of every five UK suckler producers could improve their profitability significantly by targeting a two-year first calving age, according to Richard Fuller, technical director with the Stabiliser Cattle Company.
Does fertility really “fall off a cliff at 35” as Kirstie Allsopp has claimed, or is that utterly inconceivable?
More than one quarter of all bulls could be firing blanks meaning bull MOT checks are essential ahead of the next breeding season, says Quality Meat Scotland (QMS).