Stuff You Just Can't Make Up
"When it comes to sperm counts, French men aren’t what they used to be, according to a new study.[---]
Researchers found that between 1989 and 2005, the number of sperm in one millilitre of the average 35-year-old Frenchman’s semen fell from about 74 million to about 50 million — a decrease of roughly 32%."
"Geographical differences have been observed between countries, and between areas inside countries,” said Joëlle Le Moal from the Institut de Veille Sanitaire in France, who led the study.Must be global warming.
Writing in the journal Human Reproduction, Le Moal’s team said global analyses have found decreases in sperm counts, as did recent studies in Israel, India, New Zealand and Tunisia."
In the meantime, it seems the most manly men live in Canada:
Canada raised more money than any other country for Movember
Must be the cold winters.