CAPTION: Composite faces of the 10 women with highest (left) and 10 with lowest (right) levels of oestrogen. CREDIT: www.perceptionlab.com
UK doctors have developed a way of predicting how long a woman who has been treated with radiation therapy will be fertile, ending uncertainty about the chances of motherhood for many childhood cancer patients.
So-called 'nuptial' gifts - often consisting of food - are typically given to females by males as part of courtship and copulation rituals in many species.
Providing women with advanced supplies of the morning after pill does not reduce the abortion rate.
A computer scientist at the University of Andrews has developed a ground-breaking formula for working out when a woman's 'biological clock' is likely to stop ticking.
Leading fertility expert Professor Lord Winston is to be awarded an honorary degree from the University of St Andrews.