Scientists attending the recent Annual Congress of European Society of Cardiology in Birmingham, UK, believe that the Chlamydia pneumoniae and Helicobacter pylori bacteria can cause heart

• India achieved another milestone

Spermatogonial stem cells may be the solution to long lived fertility, feel American researchers

an unusual controversy has enveloped the whole of Europe. The issue in question is the decision of the uk government to abide by the law and destroy some 3,000 frozen embryos. A 1990 British

A sample of fluid taken from the womb can reveal a lot about the health of the unborn baby. This test called amniocentesis is ordinarily given between the 15th and 18th weeks of pregnancy and is used

The birth of a mouse in a petri dish the end result of the use of an effective technique to manipulate oocytes heralds a new era in reproductive biology

Incidence of Down's syndrome linked to fallout from nuclear weapons testing

A recently developed Indian birth control vaccine is being debated to death

If an abnormality shows up in an ultrasound scan of a foetus, the image can now be transmitted to experts hundreds of kilometres away through a special fibre optic cable and their opinion

The First Lady of the US, Hillary Clinton, officially launched a 'Safe Home Delivey Kit' during her visit to a Kathmandu clinic in Nepal on March 31. Developed after 2 years of intensive research,