Team of specialists from the University George Mason Northeastern University (USA) found that interaction with certain insecticides reduces sperm quality by reducing the concentration of sperm in it. The results of the work were published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives. Short review published in Medical Xpress.
The systematic review analyzed data from 25 studies collected over a nearly 50-year period. Studies have examined the effects of organophosphate and carbamate insecticides in occupational and environmental settings on reproductive risks in humans.
The authors concluded that organophosphates and N-methylcarbamates impair fertility in men. This is caused by a decrease in the number of sperm in semen.
In June 2022, employees of the Karolinska Institutet (Sweden) developed a device for detecting the level of pesticides harmful to human health in vegetables and fruits. The device detects the presence of hazardous chemicals in just a few minutes using nanoparticles.https://musicnewsfirst.com/