Dr. Heribert Kentenich explains the factors that can leave couples childless against their wishes, and what methods doctors use to determine their chances of conceiving.
Married, but childless - there can be hardly a greater disgrace for women in some Muslim countries. That’s how it is in Niger too: Women are expected to have children.
The western-styled world is losing its sperm. There's no denying it, says a meta-regression analysis comprising studies from New Zealand to the US. But not to worry, say Germany's leading reproductive biologists.
Britain has given the green light to scientists to modify the genes of human embryos for research. Critics say it raises ethical questions over the future of "designer babies."
High rates of female genital mutilation set Iraqi Kurdistan apart from the rest of the country. More than the men, it is the women who keep the cruel tradition alive. Florian Neuhof reports from the Iraqi countryside.
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