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Marijuana's Unexpected Effect on Sperm Count Revealed in Harvard Study

Marijuana's Unexpected Effect on Sperm Count Revealed in Harvard Study

on Filed Under , , & here’s plenty of research showing that , but it’s not as clear whether it has the same effect in your pants. Studies about the effect of marijuana use on sperm count have had mixed results, at best. Guys who smoke weed, however, can take comfort in the findings of a large study published by Harvard University scientists on Tuesday. The sperm of smokers, it seems, is alright. Maybe even more than alright.As the research team writes in the Human Reproduction , the men who had smoked one or two joints of marijuana at least once in their lifetimes had a sperm count and...

February 8, 2019
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Greenland's Melting Glaciers Are Problematically Worth Billions of Dollars

Greenland's Melting Glaciers Are Problematically Worth Billions of Dollars

By on Filed Under & reenland’s glaciers are melting at the — disappearing so quickly that an has recently been revealed under half a mile of ice. Thanks to , glacier melt is now the status quo. Taking inspiration from the old adage “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em,” some scientists are suggesting that Greenland make the best of this scary situation: Find a way to turn catastrophe into cash.In an published Monday in Nature Sustainability, researchers point out that all of the sand and sediment being liberated from the melting glaciers is worth a lot of money. The world is currently,...

February 13, 2019
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The Age of Sperm Can Have a Huge Impact on Reproduction, Say Scientists

The Age of Sperm Can Have a Huge Impact on Reproduction, Say Scientists

By on Filed Under , & igh school sex ed textbooks all contain some variation on a classic photo: One big, beautiful egg, surrounded by a whole lot of tiny, wriggling . Because all those are simultaneously released in , we don’t often think about the unique characteristics of each individual swimmer, but as research published Thursday in shows, some of those sperm are better off than the others.There’s an advantage, the team of scientists from University of East Anglia and Uppsala University write, for sperm that live a certain length of time, at least for the zebrafish sperm they...

February 16, 2019
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