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A human blastocyst. Researchers have now created ‘model’ versions of this early embryonic structure by reprogramming human skin cells. Harimiao/Wikimedia Commons

Researchers have grown ‘human embryos’ from skin cells. What does that mean, and is it ethical?

Two research groups have turned human skin cells into structures resembling an early-stage human embryo, paving the way for exciting new research avenues, and opening up some tricky ethical questions.
For many, distinguishing between fact and fiction is difficult. Olemedia/E+ via Getty Images

6 important truths about COVID-19 vaccines

With the vaccines now being administered at sites around the US, it is important to address misinformation surrounding the effort.
Unhelpful comments can be a source of stress for people struggling with infertility, and can mean that seeking social support can result in more, rather than less, distress. (Unsplash)

5 things not to say to someone struggling with infertility

Most people don’t intend to be hurtful or insensitive in their conversations with people experiencing infertility — they often just don’t know what to say.
Almost 65% of couples in Australia and New Zealand are using ICSI as part of their IVF treatment. From shutterstock.com

Fertility miracle or fake news? Understanding which IVF ‘add-ons’ really work

It can be difficult to understand all the ‘add-on’ procedures available with IVF. A new study finds one popular fertility technology, ICSI, is being offered to couples it might not be suitable for.

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