Sperm quality pesticides claim 'should be treated with caution'

Conclusion Whether pesticide exposure in the diet is linked to male fertility problems is an important issue, but, as the authors point out, there are several reasons to view the results of this trial with caution: the men were all attending a fertility clinic with their partner, so some of them will have had fertility issues unrelated to their diet or lifestyle they used national surveillance data, rather than looking at individual diets, to assess how much pesticide residue the men had consumed they did not have information on whether the men were eating organic or non-organic food the men had to remember and report on their diet over the previous year, which could affect the reliability their diets were only assessed once, which might have led to misclassification, and diets could change over time Male fertility can be affected by several factors. Although the researchers tried to adjust their findings for these, it is always possible that both measured and unmeasured confounders affected the results. Further studies looking at this important topic are needed. Analysis by Bazian. Edited by NHS Choices. Follow Behind the Headlines on Twitter. Join the Healthy Evidence forum. Links To The Headlines Pesticide residues on some fruit and vegetables harming men's fertility, study claims. The Independent, March 31 2015 Pesticide in fruit and veg could harm man's fertility: Men who eat high levels have half the sperm count of those who ate the least. M...
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Fatal Strongyloides stercoralis hyperinfection syndrome in an alcoholic diabetic patient from México. Biomedica. 2020 May 01;40(Supl. 1):32-36 Authors: Rodríguez-Pérez EG, Arce-Mendoza AY, Saldívar-Palacios R, Escandón-Vargas K Abstract Strongyloides stercoralis hyperinfection syndrome is a medical emergency that requires a high level of suspicion. Immunocompromised patients are at high risk of hyperinfection syndrome; however, malnutrition, alcoholism, and diabetes mellitus also need to be considered as predisposing factors. The diagnosis and treatment of Strongyloid...
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