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Using bacon as a form of covert population control

Written by The Sarcasmist on October 16, 2013 | Comments

A new study presented at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine claims that men who consume more than half a serving of process meats, such as bacon, each day have significantly fewer “healthy” sperm relative to other men. The study was conducted by researchers from Harvard University which is being met by skepticism by some ... Read More

Walnuts are good for your nuts

Written by The Sarcasmist on August 16, 2012 | Comments (2)

A new study claims that men can improve the quality of their sperm by eating a daily ration of walnuts. The study, funded in part by the California Walnut Commission, shows men who consumed 75 grams of walnut a day for a period of twelve weeks had better sperm quality compared to when they started ... Read More

Israeli researchers develop marijuana without the annoying high

Written by The Sarcasmist on July 3, 2012 | Comments (4)

Soon to be the most unpopular researchers in artist colonies (and elsewhere), scientists from Tikun Olam, and Israeli company have developed a cannabis plant which has all the health benefits without any of the high associated with traditional marijuana. Once this new form of marijuana hits the U.S. markets and prescribed by doctors, there is ... Read More

Eat in the middle of the night, be fat

Written by The Sarcasmist on May 21, 2012 | Comments (7)

A new weight and food-intake study has concluded with highly unexpected results. It seems that not eating or munching on crap throughout the night can help fend off weight-gain as well as a bunch of other health issues. Researchers at the Salk Institute in La Jolla “have come up with something that is a simple ... Read More

Bachelor’s degree boosts health

Written by The Sarcasmist on May 16, 2012 | Comments (2)

A new study by the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) found that those with a higher level of education are less likely to be obese, and suffer from chronic diseases, compared to those with only a high school education. “Highly educated people tend to have healthier behaviors, avoid unhealthy ones and have more ... Read More

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