Climate Change: Good for Sex, Bad for Sperm

It’s a paradox scientifically acknowledged that hot weather is both sexy and bad for reproduction. Last year Tulane University’s Alan Barreca and colleagues showed in a working paper that 80-degree days corresponds to lowered birth rates nine months later.

It’s a paradox scientifically acknowledged that hot weather is both sexy and bad for reproduction. Last year Tulane University’s Alan Barreca and colleagues showed in a working paper that 80-degree days corresponds to lowered birth rates nine months later.

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