UK study confirms falling sperm count

The average sperm count of British men born in the 1970s is 24% lower than in men born 20 years earlier, Edinburgh scientists have found.1 Surveys in other European countries have suggested a widespread decline in sperm quality but this is the first UK study to confirm the findings.

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