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Eating Crap as a Teen Can Permanently Affect Men’s Fertility

Futurism Wednesday, 26 June 2019
Eating Crap as a Teen Can Permanently Affect Men’s FertilityTeen guys with dreams of one day having kids might want to rethink their after-school snack. A new Harvard University-led study found that eating a “Western diet” packed with high-fat and processed foods, such as pizza, chips, and burgers, as a teenager leads to a lower sperm count and damaged sperm-producing Sertoli cells […]

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