Cell Phone Use and Infertility
The Daily Mail today reports a study presented t the American Society of Reproductive medicine that finds that cell phone use increases infertility in men .
According to the study those men who made calls on a mobile phone for more than four hours a day had the worst sperm counts and the poorest quality sperm.
Well here is another one of these "fishing expedition type" lifestyles studies that are basically impossible to control (phone usage is based on questionnaires) and that help us very little. What many of these studies do I create panic in people who are already suffering with infertility.
I do agree though that cell phone usage cannot be good for anyone's health so I do not think that cutting down on it is a bed thing
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