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Is This Ubiquitous Toxic Metal Lowering Men’s Sperm Counts?

Could This Environmental Toxic Metal Be Lowering Men's Sperm Counts?

Does aluminum, a toxic metal that has become so common it can found in things we eat and use everyday, have an impact on sperm count? Does it contribute to low sperm production among other ailments? 

Falling sperm counts and rising infertility are phenomena that have been observed for decades in the developed world. Today, researchers estimate that up to twenty per cent of young men have a low sperm count defined as fewer than 20 million sperm per millilitre and it is the main problem for about one in five couples having trouble conceiving and a contributing factor to an additional one in four cases.

Pincushion Pregnancy: New Data on the DTaP Vaccine

Pincushion Pregnancy: New Data on the DTaP Vaccine

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Despite the evidence of inefficacy and risk, why is the DTaP vaccine still recommended to pregnant women as of 2012?

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