New Study Shows Dramatic Decreases in Men's Sperm Counts

Around the world, men’s sperm counts have taken a dramatic dive.  New studies have offered evidence that maternal exposure to common chemicals may be behind the lowered sperm counts.

On decade-long study found that sperm concentration had dwindled from 67 million per milliliter to just 48 million per milliliter between men born in 1979 and those born in 1987.  Another study evaluated the sperm of male college students and found that 1 in 4 were subfertile.

According to the Daily:

“... [A] growing body of evidence suggests that a cocktail of chemicals is behind the burgeoning male health crisis ... [The study on college students] forges a disturbing, groundbreaking link between fetal chemical exposure and male infertility.”

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