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Stress During Pregnancy Linked To Lower Sperm Count In Male Children

It's possible that mothers actually play a significant part in their adult son's fertility problems. New research revealed that women's stressful experiences during early gestation are associated with lower sperm quality and testosterone concentrations in adult male children.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 31, 2019

Chemicals Found In Home And Food Products Harm Sperm Of Men And Dogs

Man and his best friend share the same problem: lower sperm quality and male fertility issues due to exposure to toxic environmental pollutants.

Public Health March 18, 2019

Men Who Wear Boxers More Likely To Have Higher Sperm Count, Says New Harvard Study

Listen up, men who want to have babies: wearing boxers might do you a favor instead of wearing briefs or other close-fitting undergarments. It turns out men who wear boxers have higher sperm count and concentration.

Public Health August 9, 2018

Improve Sperm Quality By Eating About 2 Handful Of Nuts

A study presented at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology suggested that men should add nuts to their daily food intake to improve sperm count. The researchers said a healthy diet is one key to fertility among men.

Healthy Living/Wellness July 5, 2018

Low Sperm Count Indicates Other Health Issues Not Just Infertility

Low sperm count does not just cause fertility problems. Researchers of a study involving 5,100 men also found that it could be an indication of other health problems in men.

Public Health March 19, 2018

Smartphone App Now Tests For Male Fertility: See How This Semen Analyzer Works

A new at-home male fertility test can detect abnormal semen with 97 percent accuracy compared with traditional lab testing. See how a smartphone app and a chip can make this happen.

Healthy Living/Wellness March 22, 2017

Consumption Of Pesticide-Laden Fruits And Vegetables May Lead To Poor Sperm Count

Lower sperm counts and higher levels of abnormal sperm are seen in men who consume fruits and vegetables treated with pesticides, study finds. Researchers at Harvard say theirs is the first study to show such a link.

Life March 31, 2015

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