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chicken and eggDoes Man Make the Sperm or Sperm Make the Man?

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? This ancient paradox filled the minds of the great philosophers Aristotle, Plutarch, Macrobius and Anaximander who all considered it a “great and weighty” problem. Not sure what else was going on back then, but even 2000 years later, it has not been satisfactorily solved. Which came first? An ancient […]

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Family Issues, Fertility

Epigenetics and Infertility: The Link Between Nature and Nurture

You know who Charles Darwin is, right? One seriously influential figure in human history, Darwin’s famous natural selection theory is an easily digestible way to explain evolution. Makes sense: giraffes with longer necks can reach higher into trees to eat and survive. Advantage passed on to long-necked offspring. And so on, until poof! You have the modern giraffe. Wearing […]

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Family Issues, Fatherhood, Fertility

-vasectomy reversal sunday driveHow Is a Vasectomy Reversal Like a Sunday Drive?

Are you an informed decision maker? You probably are if you are an accident-free car driver. Because good driving involves high speed processing of enormous amounts of data, together with quick and virtually reflexive decision-making. Muddy the process with alcohol or exhaustion and what happens? KaPow! (Batman lingo). Blocked and Baffled I was very moved […]

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Fertility, Fitness, Nutrition

fertility is simpleMan and Fertility: As Simple as it Gets

Cooking is complicated, right? It doesn’t have to be. Sure, there are thousands of recipes, hundreds of foods, and dozens of condiments. But you can cook a really good meal in less than an hour just by buying fresh, using common pantry ingredients and forgetting about “wowing” the palate. And in the words of Chef […]

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Fertility, Testicular

testicles like wine bottleHow are Testicles Like Bottles of Wine?

Some wines cellar well and some don’t. Which ones do you keep and which do you drink? There aren’t hard and fast rules here. Just know that 99% of wines should be drunk immediately as only 1% of wines age well. One of the oldest wines every drunk was from a 1200-year old winery in Wurzburger, Germany: it was 421 […]

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