World

Fertility Fall: Human Penises Shrinking Due To Pollution!

By
OB Bureau

New York: This is a size problem that even Viagra can’t help. Human fertility is under threat with more babies being born with small penises due to rising pollution in the past few years, a US-based environmental scientist has warned.

Dr Shanna Swan, in her new book titled ‘Count Down’, has said humanity is facing an “existential crisis” in fertility rates as human penises are shrinking and genitals becoming malfunctioned due to pollution, putting human reproduction in a challenging situation.

This is happening as a result of phthalates — a chemical used when manufacturing plastics. Dr Swan warned that this chemical is being transmitted into toys and foods, subsequently harming human development, according to a report in India Today.

Dr Swan, who is a professor in environmental medicine and public health at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, has attempted to examine “how our modern world is threatening sperm counts, altering male and female reproductive development” that imperil the future of the human race.

In her research, she examined that the phthalate syndrome and found that when foetuses were exposed to the chemical, they were likely to be born with shrunken genitals.

OB Bureau

Recent Posts

Udaipur Beheading Accused Paid Extra Money To Get ‘2611’ For His Bike Number Plate

Udaipur: The radical anti-India mindset of those accused of beheading tailor Kanhaiya Lal earlier this…

July 1, 2022

One-Off Test Vs England: What Advice Did Coach Dravid Give New Captain Bumrah?

Birmingham: Jasprit Bumrah became India’s 36th Test captain when he went out for the toss…

July 1, 2022

Odisha Registers 32% Growth In Gross GST Collection In June 2022

Bhubaneswar: Odisha has registered a growth of 32% in collection of gross Goods and Service…

July 1, 2022

Letter Petition Filed Before Chief Justice For Direction To Withdraw Oral Remarks Against Nupur Sharma

New Delhi: A letter petition was filed before the Chief Justice of India on Friday…

July 1, 2022

Retd Sambalpur University Math Prof Indulata Sukla Passes Away

Cuttack: Indulata Sukla, a retired professor of mathematics who served for more than three decades at Sambalpur University,…

July 1, 2022

Puri Rath Yatra: Odisha Guv, CM Pull Nandighosha Chariot Of Lord Jagannath [Watch]

Puri: After a COVID hiatus of two years, the Lords of Jagannath Temple in Pilgrim…

July 1, 2022