Moob ops down by a fifth as cash-strapped blokes opt for the gym instead

Moob ops down by a fifth as cash-strapped men opt for the gym instead 642 men had 4k op last year compared to 790 in 2011Plastic surgeons say recession could mean men have less spare cash to splashFigures also revealed women more likely to have fat ‘transfers’ to slim some areas while plumping the face , surgeons speculate that more people are simply trying to burn off the fat.

Male contraception: Cutting of sperm"s power supply could make a man temporarily infertile

Off with their tails! Male contraceptive pill a step closer as scientists cut off the power supply that helps sperm swim Gene mutation disrupted their ability to swimResulted in sperm tails that were 17 per cent shorter and a 50 per cent reduction in sperm production | UPDATED: 12:05 GMT, 9 October 2012 Scientists have found a way to stop sperm swimming, making the long-awaited male contraceptive pill a step closer to fruition.

Restricted embryo growth in early pregnancy could predict risk of miscarriage

Restricted embryo growth in early pregnancy could predict risk of miscarriage May lead to ways of preventing such tragedies Indicator: The distance between the embryo's head and buttocks during the early stages of pregnancy could be used to predict the risk of miscarriage Scientists have found a link between miscarriages and the growth of an embryo in the early stages of pregnancy which could lead to ways of preventing such tragedies. Researchers discovered that nearly 80 per cent of single-baby pregnancies which ended in miscarriage involved foetuses with restricted growth in the first trimester. Now they hope this trend could be used as a predictor to identify those mothers most at risk