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My Boys Can’t Swim!

new study shows that sperm counts worldwide are half of what they were five decades ago. Half!? You have my attention…

Researchers analyzed 223 sperm count studies based on samples from over 57,000 men in 53 countries. Across the board, counts were down and for the first time drops were recorded in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

Researchers say that this is an indicator of men’s health and not in a good way. The lead researcher said this in a statement: “Our findings serve as a canary in a coal mine. We have a serious problem on our hands that, if not mitigated, could threaten mankind’s survival. We urgently call for global action to promote healthier environments for all species and reduce exposures and behaviors that threaten our reproductive health.”

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