Sperm quality has declined by 38% in a decade – and poor diet and lifestyle could be to blame Even in young men, sperm concentration fell by an average of two per cent every yearWent from 72 million spermatozoids per millilitre in 2001 to 52 million/ml in 2011Figures worrying as nearing 'danger level' of 40 million/ml, where conception becomes difficult By Anna Hodgekiss PUBLISHED: 13:30 GMT, 21 January 2013 | UPDATED: 14:10 GMT, 21 January 2013 Sperm counts are falling at an alarming rate – up to 38 per cent in a decade – with diet and lifestyle largely to blame.
The power of cute: How looking at pictures of baby animals can help improve your concentration levelsJapanese research shows that looking at pictures of cute animals can help improve your work performance and powers of concentrationIn the future cute objectscould be used to help improve behavior when driving or working as driving | UPDATED: 08:55 GMT, 1 October 2012 One thing the internet has shown us, it is that few people can resist looking at images of cuteanimals.
British workers 'are the most depressed in Europe' as one in four is diagnosed with the illness European survey found 26% of British workers diagnosed with depressionBritons and Germans took the most time off as a result – 41 days on average | UPDATED: 15:29 GMT, 1 October 2012 British workers are the most likely to be diagnosed with depression in Europe, a survey has found.
It's the news Popeye's been waiting for: Spinach could help fight off dementia (and carrots and apricots too) Researchers have discovered a link between low vitamin C, beta-carotene levels and dementiaAntioxidant rich fruit and vegetables – such as spinach, carrots and apricots – could help fight dementia | UPDATED: 15:22 GMT, 12 September 2012 It's welcome news for Popeye.
Getting lost in a good book can help keep you healthy | UPDATED: 22:58 GMT, 25 August 2012 Benefits of the brain: Books can improve your brain capacity Reading is good for you.
The dogs on death row in paradise: One English woman”s battle to take on a holiday island which cruelly kills thousands of pet dogs a year.
Parents are being falsely accused of killing their babies when actually the real cause of their death is due to a vitamin D deficiency, according to top doctors.