Smoking and drinking alcohol have also been found to impact the health of unborn children.
Perfluoroalkyl compounds (PFCs) are found in everyday items, such as the non-stick coating on cookware and fast food packaging
Just when we thought the most helpful thing phones could do is remind women take the pill on time every day, a new app could be here to help men and their fertility. According to new research published by Science Translational Medicine, we could soon see the arrival of a new smartphone app which allows men to test their sperm count at home without the need of lab equipment. Apparently, the method’s accuracy was pretty similar to computer-assisted laboratory analysis – even when someone totally inexperienced in using it and with no clinical background tried it out.
A new study shows moderate running on a treadmill boosts mens' sperm count. Watch the video above to find out more. See also: Plea for understanding for men over fertility issues See also: Sons could inherit infertility from fathers