Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Rising male infertility a PUBLIC health issue, that and so much more on MC this morning


The world’s earliest known plank-built ship, made from cedar and sycamore wood and dated to 2600 BC, was discovered next to the Great Pyramid in 1952. ALSO DID YOU KNOW The Egyptians created the first organized navy in 2300 BC. ALSO The pilot with the most flying hours is American John Edward Long. From May 1933 to April 1977 he flew 62 654 hours, achieving a total of more than 7 years airborne.

Name the Bafana Bafana players with jersey numbers 7&9
Answer: Lance Davids (7) and Katlego Mphela (9)

Learn to trust that "Gut-feeling" It just might save your life
Think of the many times throughout your life when you experienced a strange feeling that turned out to be an early warning of danger.
Use your early-warning radar:
Did you take heed of that warning and avoid the impending danger, or did you ignore your built-in early warning radar and walk right into harm's-way?
The funny feeling in the pit of your stomach or the feeling of the hairs on the back of your neck standing on end are ways of your body telling you that something is very wrong.
Any veteran police officer or soldier who's seen combat and lived to tell about it will explain that part of their survival was due to trusting their "gut-feeling" that they were in danger.
Here's how it works:
An interview with the director of the Cape Fertility Clinic, Dr Klaus Wiswedel. He joined me to discuss the probability of this:
Are men facing rapid extinction?
By Tamara Sturtz
London - There's a crisis brewing, but it has nothing to do with the economic deficit or the current political uncertainty. Scientists are warning that rising levels of male infertility have become so perilous that it is a serious "public health issue". And some go even further.
Reports claim that as many as one in five healthy young men between the ages of 18 and 25 produce abnormal sperm counts. Only five to 15 percent of their sperm is good enough to be classed as 'normal' under World Health organisation rules - proving that infertility is not just a female problem. Indeed, among those experiencing difficulty with conception, a male fertility problem is considered important in about 40 per cent of couples.
But women trying to get pregnant are facing another astonishing claim: that the core problems of male fertility - while they may be exacerbated by environmental issues - start in the womb.
For the article click on

You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete. -Buckminster Fuller
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

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