October 25, 2005

If You Smoked More, Maybe You Wouldn't Be At This Website Now

According to a recent study by researchers at SUNY-Buffalo, the sperm of men who smoke are weaker and have a harder time breaking through the egg's protective outer layer, called the zona. These smoked, weak-tailed sperm are "up to 75% less fertile" than non-smoked sperm. But maybe that's why chicks dig the smokers: because they know they've got less of a chance getting knocked up by their feeble little sperm.

Fertility: Nicotine Changes Sperm, and Not for the Better [nyt]

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