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What is the exposure of sperm in the cell phone radiation? Experimental results shocked

via:驱动之家     time:2016/9/12 10:25:36     readed:956

Cell phone is an indispensable electronic products in life, but there are foreign studies have pointed out that the mobile phone electromagnetic radiation on male sperm have a certain impact, may reduce the quality of sperm.

This study revealed that although the mechanism of damage can not be demonstrated, but will be exposed to the mobile phone environment, there is a considerable proportion of sperm viability decline or survival.

British "Daily Mail" reported that the research team of The University of New Castle, Australia re compared to the past 27 related studies found that 21 of the study shows that electromagnetic wave and sperm damage has a certain correlation.

Scientists believe that there is evidence of certainty that men should not put the phone in the pocket of trousers.

Studies indicate that most of the past studies have shown,Electromagnetic wave radiation is indeed likely to cause damage to male germ cells, may reduce sperm motility and viability, there may be damage to the DNA.

The study further pointed out that, according to the past collection of semen samples for the experiment,When sperm were exposed to mobile phone environment, there was a 8% decrease in viability, and 9% survival.

Although scientists still cannot explain the electromagnetic wave is how to hurt the human body, but in 2011 the WHO has possibilities for the carcinogenic substance of mobile phone electromagnetic wave.

Moskowitz Joel, a scholar at the Berkeley School of public health at the University of California, said the new study is a key step in understanding the dangers of mobile phone electromagnetic waves. The study clearly reveals that men should not let their phones and their own too close to too close".


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