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Sperm Count Zero

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When a chemical affects your hormones, it's called an endocrine disruptor. And it turns out that many of the compounds used to make plastic soft and flexible (like phthalates) or to make them harder and stronger (like Bisphenol A, or BPA) are consummate endocrine disruptors. Phthalates and BPA, for example, mimic estrogen in the bloodstream. If you're a man with a lot of phthalates in his system, you'll produce less testosterone and fewer sperm. If exposed to phthalates in utero, a male fetus's reproductive system itself will be altered: He will develop to be less male.

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Shaving heads, a few beards, to benefit children's cancer research

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he stage at Looney’s Pub in Bel Air was covered with hair Saturday afternoon, when more than 35 people had their heads shaved to benefit children’s cancer research. More than $24,000 was raised at the Looney’s event to benefit St. Baldrick’s Foundation — the money goes to fund research of children’s cancer, the head-shaving is done to show solidarity with cancer patients.

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