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The Healthy Skeptic: Male fertility supplements are no magic path to fatherhood
The average man produces hundreds of billions of sperm cells in his lifetime. Only a minuscule fraction of those little guys ever manage to swim far enough and fast enough to fertilize an egg. Successful sperm must be strong. It stands to reason then that they also must be well-nourished.
By Chris Woolston, Special to the Los Angeles Times
February 14, 2011