Men’s Health Week aims to spread both awareness and education about men’s health issues. Self-care interventions for men, both on and offline, have sprung up in recent years that offer preventative education and tools for men to take greater care of their well-being. What are some of the specific ways these programs can benefit men?
Transplacental transfer of antibodies seen as early as 16 days following first dose of mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine
Men in postguideline cohort had lower risk for requiring any repeat postvasectomy semen analysis
Shorter obstructive interval and female age associated with achieving pregnancy
65% of couples using IVF who selected testing had at least one live birth of an unaffected child.
Unintended pregnancies 7 times more commonly reported with antibiotics than control medicines.
Risk for preterm birth at 23 to 36 weeks up for those with prepregnancy creatinine >95th percentile
SARS-CoV-2 present in 26.7% at acute stage of infection, 8.7% of recovering patients.
At one month after COVID-19 diagnosis, SARS-CoV-2 not detected in seminal fluid.
Semen quality, pregnancy or eventual live birth rates did not improve after supplement use by men.