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06 December 2012

Do Wi-Fi-enabled Laptops Kill Sperm?




In 2011, a group of Argentine scientists published research in the respected journal Fertility and Sterility about the danger in how electromagnetic radiation in Wi-Fi-enabled laptops can kill sperm. Keeping a cell phone in one's pocket also damages sperm.  See also the post from 1 December 2011





Wifi enabled laptop kill sperm: Exposure causes impotency, sterility?
by Bruce Baker, examiner.com, 29 November 2011

Wifi enabled laptop sperm (update): Do Wi-Fi enabled laptops kill sperm? A new report suggests electromagnetic radiation from laptops, not HDTVs, PDAs, or MP3s, cause low sperm counts and lead to fertility matters from male sterility. Problems getting pregnant, an impotence cure, and impotence treatment may better be understood with the new findings.

Electromagnetic Radiation behind Problems Getting Pregnant, Impotency, and Fertility Concerns




A group of Argentine scientists published research in the respected journal Fertility and Sterility about the danger in how electromagnetic radiation in wifi enabled laptops can kill sperm, according to Reuters.

"Our data suggest that the use of a laptop computer wirelessly connected to the internet and positioned near the male reproductive organs may decrease human sperm quality ~ Argentine scientists on the question of if Wi-Fi enabled laptops destroy sperm and lower counts.

It's been held for a long time that exposure from wireless enabled laptops and other devices can perhaps cause cancer, as it changes a cell's DNA. This leads often to faulty genes that eventually lead to problems getting pregnant later.

Conceiving, Infertility, and Erectile Dysfunctions Better Understood

With new evidence suggesting electromagnetic radiation in a Wi-Fi enabled laptops kill sperm, researchers and doctors can better understand the reasons behind female infertility, male erectile dysfunctions, and difficulty conceiving a child.

But according to Green Right Now, the FCC is lax on the enforcement of electromagnetic exposure. For example, it does not routinely add up all the amount of daily exposure from Wi-Fi enabled devices that can kill sperms (perhaps) like cell phones and smart phones similar to the iPhone 4S.

There are still mixed opinions on what makes up over-exposure, and just how much potentially causes cancer or sterility in males.

Hopefully, the science catches up with the curiosity about whether Wi-Fi enabled laptops destroy sperm. Until then, computer makers will continue logging record-breaking sales without improving safety in these devices.

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