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Does Wi-Fi Cause Infertility?

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Urologic oncology expert, Dr. David Samadi, along with Dr. Marc Siegel, discusses the potential link between Wi-Fi radiation exposure and sperm damage. While both doctors believe there is not yet enough scientific evidence linking laptop and cell phone usage with infertility, they do recommend taking simple precautions. Dr. Samadi references a prior study about fertility issues and overheated laptops in proximity to the testicles. He reminds viewers that sperm must remain cooler in order to stay healthy and suggests men use common sense with laptops and cell phones. If they feel the device overheating, distance it from the body.

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