Cycling not linked to infertility
The research involved an online survey of 5,282 male cyclists and was designed to investigate links between cycling and urogenital abnormalities and disorders. The researchers found no correlation between cycling and infertility, even for men who spend ...
BioNews - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 09:18

PAX genes in childhood oncogenesis: developmental biology gone awry?
Similar to its 'sibling' Pax3, Pax7 is also expressed in embryonic muscle progenitor cells, most notably those arising in the central dermomyotome.16 Pax7 homozygous mutant embryos, however, demonstrate no obvious muscle patterning defects, as mice ... - Mon, 21 Jul 2014 03:05

Cyclists, Go Ahead: Sport not Linked to Infertility, ED
... regarding its effects on erectile dysfunction (ED), fertility, and on serum prostate-specific antigen [PSA] levels," said study authors, in a news release. "This study aimed to examine associations between regular cycling and urogenital ...
Science World Report - Tue, 08 Jul 2014 09:25

Cycling not Tied to Increased Risk for ED, Infertility
Counsel & Heal - Mon, 07 Jul 2014 14:00

Minister, stakeholders disagree over genetically modified foods
The specific defects included were limb reduction, urogenital anomalies, CNS defects, or facial clefts, heart conditions, and ocular defects. So again I ask: What Are Monsanto And The Likes Doing In Nigeria? When full mechanization of Nigerian ...
The Guardian Nigeria - Sun, 29 Jun 2014 14:46


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