Tagged: low sperm count

Mobile phones are destroying men’s sperms

A new scientific study has revealed yet another health hazard associated with mobile phones: A drastic reduction in viable sperm cells was found in nearly half of men tested who carry their phones in their pants pockets or near their testicles.

The study, which was conducted by a team of specialists at Technion University in Haifa, and published in the journal Reproductive BioMedicine, found that active sperm levels in 47 percent of men who carried their cellphones in their pockets, or within a foot or two of the pelvic region, were much lower than those of the general population. Continue reading

Genetically modified foods make you fat … and sick and sterile

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Numerous scientic tests show that genetically modified foods also cause stomach inflammation, haemorrhagic bowel disease, thinning of intestinal walls, breast cancer, kidney and liver disease, low sperm count, sterility, stillbirths …. need I go on?

The picture of Michelangelo’s David’s return to Italy from America, where it’s been for two years, is a joke. But it is no joke that our American friends are being used as guinea pigs by the bio-tech companies, and then when the results of the experiment patently show that GM foods are so obviously detrimental to health and fitness, the government watchdogs which are supposed to protect our food, and the general public, continue to sleepwalk into a nutritional disaster. Continue reading

Endocrine disruptors in our foods are causing low sperm function

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A plethora of endocrine-disrupting chemicals interfere with human sperm function in a way that may have a negative impact on fertilization.

These are the findings of a German – Danish team of researchers from the Center of Advanced European Studies and Research in Bonn, Germany, and the University Department of Growth and Reproduction, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark. The work, which is published in EMBO reports, suggests that endocrine disruptors may contribute to widespread fertility problems in the Western world in a way that hitherto has not been recognized. Continue reading