Sperm counts are falling. Here are 5 ways to boost male fertility

| | June 10, 2019
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The concentration of sperm in semen, also known as sperm count, has halved in the West since the 1970s. The finding that got less attention: Even the new low is still well within a normal range for sperm.

Besides having regular sex, there are other important things men can do to improve their semen quality (and chances of fathering a child):

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