Rome: City life has caused a decrease in the sperm count in young Italian men, says a new study by the Italian Society of Andrology and Sexuality Medicine (SIAMS).By pooling the results of three studies, the Rome-based organisation concluded that more than 33 percent of men aged between 18 and 20 years suffer from a severe loss of sperm to urban factors like pollution and smoking.The study was financed by the Italian health ministry.City life also promotes a sedentary lifestyle, and obesity also negatively impacts sperm count, the study said.
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