Thursday, October 28, 2010

BPA Exposure Correlated with Low Sperm Count

The Washington Post reports on studies documenting strong correlations between BPA and low sperm count and sexual problems

"In the new study, Li and his colleagues found that those with detectable BPA levels in their urine were two to more than four times as likely to have poor semen quality, including low sperm concentration, low sperm counts, fewer sperm that were alive and more sperm that did not move normally, known as poor sperm motility. BPA was not associated with lower sperm volume or deformed sperm."

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