Handsome men are less fertile, a new study suggests.
That BLT sandwich may cut a man's chances of becoming a father. Scientists found that eating just one rasher of bacon a day can significantly harm sperm quality.
It seems that men also need to think about their biological clock. While previous studies have shown that sperm count and quality deteriorates with age, a new study reveals the exact age the average man's reproductive potential starts to decline.
If men want to boost their fertility, maybe they should try donning a kilt.
A new study suggests that men who eat three or more slices of cheese a day could be putting their fertility at risk. According to findings by researchers from Harvard, even small portions of a full-fat dairy food may significantly affect sperm quality in men. A portion defined by the study included an ounce of cheese (28g), a teaspoon of cream, a scoop of ice cream or a glass of full-fat milk. According to the researchers, female hormones that are naturally present in milk may be affecting the fertility in men.
A new study has revealed that eating 75 grams of walnuts a day could improve the vitality, motility and morphology of sperm in healthy men aged between 21 and 35.