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Smoking, Drinking, Being Obese Don?t Actually Hurt Sperm (But Still Aren?t Great For Men)

June 13, 2012

For a long time, fertility doctors have told men that, for optimal sperm viability and healthy, they should consider making lifestyle changes, like quitting smoking, reducing their consumption of alcohol, and losing weight. But new research out of the UK indicates that those kinds of changes may not actually have the impact on male fertilitythat scientists initially thought. Which doesn't make cutting back on smokes, booze, and burgers bad advice--it just might not help a dude's little swimmers perform any better. More »

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