News & Events on June 3, 2016

Smoking can adversely affect sperm development and function. A review of 20 studies including 5,865 participants, published in the journal of European Urology, has found thay smokers have considerably reduced sperm count, poor sperm movement and more irregularly shaped sperm. Moderate and heavy smokers were more likely to have decreased semen quality. Smokoing can also cause erectile dysfunction and fertility problems.

Other News

1) Christmas leave
2) Nail Complaints
3) Impotency
4) Old people and sleep
5) Glaucoma
6) Antifungal drugs & Pregnancy
7) Placenta traditions
8) Alzheimer’s disease
9) Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC)
10) Inattentional deafness