A lack of sleep can reduce a man's sperm count by a THIRDPrevious studies have linked poor sleep to heart disease and cancer but now fertility has been linked Researchers found that testicles shrank and sperm production decreased in sleep-deprived men May be that lack of sleep affects testosterone levels By Pat Hagan and Fiona Macrae PUBLISHED: 12:35 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 22:19 GMT, 25 April 2013 Sleep problems can drastically lower the fertility of young men, warns a study.
New Zealand infantry performs Maori haka in spine-tingling farewell to fallen comradesVideo of moving tribute goes viral after being released by NZ Defence ForceShows 200 soldiers performing ancestral war cry at funeral in ChristchurchCorporal Luke Tamatea, Lance Corporal Jacinda Baker and Private Richard Harris were killed by roadside bomb in AfghanistanHaka illustrated men”s “outpouring of emotion”, says NZ army spokesman
Big Foot impersonator killed in the act: Man trying to create Sasquatch sighting is run over by 15-year-old girl . A man who was apparently trying to make passing motorists think that he was Bigfoot paid for the ruse with his life when he was run over by two cars on highway in northwestern Montana Sunday night.
Hey girl. Nothing sexier than fighting the oppression of tyranny.
I defied the GP's orders and let my baby sleep in my bed, says ITV weathergirl Becky Mantin PUBLISHED: 20:59 GMT, 28 April 2012 | UPDATED: 20:59 GMT, 28 April 2012 It goes without saying that the whole experience of first-time motherhood is a steep learning curve.
Revolutionary putty could heal bone fractures in days rather than months, claim scientists By Claire Bates Last updated at 3:20 PM on 8th February 2012 A 'fracture putty' could have people with broken legs up and moving as fast as days afterward, claim scientists Anyone who has broken a bone knows how long and arduous the recovery period can be.
Hospitals call in Army: Staffing crisis in casualty wards forces NHS bosses to turn to military medics Pontefract Hospital has struggled to recruit middle-management doctorsShadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper, described offered solution as 'deeply worrying' A recruitment crisis has forced hospitals to call in Army medical staff to run their accident and emergency departments.