More TV Equals Lower Sperm Counts

Young men who watched TV (TV, videos, DVDs) for 20 or more hours each week were found to have a 44% lower sperm concentration compared to men who watched no TV. Those who watched the least TV and got the most moderate physical activity had the highest sperm counts. It was also noted that the physically…

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Excess Weight Found To Reduce Sperm Count, Sperm Motility and Vitality

A study of body weight and reproductive health found that compared to normal weight men, the overweight and obese had 10% and 20% lower sperm counts, respectively. Researchers also noted that sperm motility and vitality decreased with increasing weight. Men with zero sperm count increased nearly fourfold from 1% in normal weight to 3.8% obese men.PositiveTip:…

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