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Harvard Study Finds That Marijuana May Be Good For Sperm Count

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Harvard Study Finds That Marijuana May Be Good For Sperm Count

Harvard Study Finds That Marijuana May Be Good For Sperm Count

A new Harvard study found that men who reported using cannabis at any point in life had higher sperm counts on average than men who claimed to have never used the substance.

According to Gizmodo, researchers examined semen samples from more than 600 study participants and found that cannabis users had noticeably higher sperm counts on average (62.7 million sperm per milliliter of semen) than did men who said they never used cannabis (45.4 million sperm per milliliter of semen).

Cannabis users were also less likely to have unhealthy sperm counts than teetotalers.

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