Too much “Westworld” may cause men to fire blanks.
A new study suggests men who spend too much time binge-watching TV have lower sperm counts compared to men who don’t watch the boob tube, according to researchers at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.
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Time For Truth: (New York Post) – Watching Too Much TV Can Lower Sperm Count
New Yorker television critic Emily Nussbaum, a newly minted Pulitzer Prize winner, spent the Republican National Convention pen-pricking presidential nominee Donald Trump as a misogynist shyster running an “ugly and xenophobic campaign.”
What Nussbaum didn’t disclose in her dispatches: she contributed $250 to Democrat Hillary Clinton in April.
Russian state television is back on a war footing.
This time, the ramped-up rhetoric follows the collapse of cease-fire efforts in Syria. As the U.S. and Russia accused each other of sinking diplomacy, Moscow increased its military presence in the Mediterranean and Baltic regions, and suspended a nuclear non-proliferation treaty. A prime-time news program warned that the U.S. wants to provoke a conflict.
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Time For Truth: (Bloomberg) – War Talk Returns to Russian TV as U.S. Ties Hit Deep Freeze
The Olympics may be providing a vibrant festival of sport for armchair fans the world over. But for men hoping to become a father at any point in the future, the games could spell problems ahead.
Researchers have found that watching more than five hours of TV a day can slash a man’s sperm count by a third.
Experts at Copenhagen University studied 1,200 healthy young men to see if a couch potato lifestyle affected their fertility.
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Time For Truth: (Daily Mail) – Why Too Much TV Makes Men Less Fertile
Take a look back at some of the most popular TV programs of the mid-1960s — “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” “Bewitched,” even “The Beverly Hillbillies” — and what do you see?
Like today, middle-class Americans typically had washing machines and air-conditioning, telephones and cars. The Internet and video games were not yet invented. But life, over all, did not look that different.