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Cell-Phone Infertility

A study presented at the American Society For Reproductive Medicine conference indicated that men who used cell phones frequently have a lower sperm count. What do you think?
  • "But what if all your time on the phone is spent ordering bull hormones?"

    Thalia Romanov
    Systems Analyst
  • "So my phone sends e-mail and prevents unwanted pregnancy? I'd like to see a pager do that."

    Fred Tallman
    Banker
  • "Thankfully, nobody ever calls me. Haven't even spoken to another person for months. So having kids should be no problem."

    Chris Wilhelm
    Kevlar Tailor
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