Key Insights From:
- We need to take rising infertility rates with the same level of seriousness that we do rising sea levels.
- Though initially met with skepticism in the early 90s, the evidence of declining reproductive capacities is becoming increasingly clear.
- The problem is not just diminished sperm quantity, but quality, too.
- There’s a lot of ignorance and stigma around the subject of infertility—especially among men.
- It’s easier to impress Harvard than a high-end sperm bank.
- “Forever chemicals” in our environments are finding their ways into our bodies and we are paying the price through increasing infertility.
- There are practical ways to slow and reverse dropping sperm counts.
- As the general public becomes more aware of the threats ECDs pose, hopefully the government will take the threats more seriously.