(Undated) — A new study is suggesting that American men who watch too much television and lack physical activity may suffer a possible decline in sperm counts.
The Harvard School of Public Health study indicates college students ages 18 to 22 who engaged in robust exercise, more than 14 hours a week, and who watched no television had the highest quality and quantity of sperm.
However, the study was relatively small and wasn’t intended to prove whether altering exercise or TV viewing could benefit a man’s sperm quality. Still, researchers with the School of Public Health say moderate exercise of any kind appears to cause no harm to a man’s fertility and is likely favorable.
The study is published in the “British Medical Journal.”
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