A recent study from the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that men who watched more than 20 hours of TV had a sperm count 44 percent lower than men who didn't watch any. The easy fix is to spend less time sitting, but Dr. Thomas J. Walsh advises delving a little deeper. He says that, because men tend to be less attentive to their health than women, any man facing a reproductive health issue should take this time to reassess his health in general.
This Year's Best Gear
From toys and tools to gadgets and four-wheel fun, we give you the rundown of the most exciting new goods.
Plus: A Look Inside the Global Ivory Trade
ON NEWSSTANDS NOW
Sign up to receive the Men’s Journal newsletter and special offers from MJ and its marketing partners.