A new study claims microplastics have been found in human testicles. According to the study, every human testicle examined contained microplastic, with researchers saying the discovery might be linked to declining sperm counts in men. The scientists tested 23 human testes and 47 testes from pet dogs. They found microplastic pollution in every sample. The human testicles had nearly three times the plastic concentration of the dog's - 330 micrograms per gram of tissue compared to 123 micrograms. Polyethylene, used in plastic bags and bottles, was the most common microplastic found, followed by PVC. ICMR Rejects Banaras Hindu University Study on Covaxin Claiming Rare Risk of Stroke, Says Findings Misleading.

Microplastics Found in 100% of Men's Testicles

Cancer-Causing Microplastics Found in 100% of Men's Testicles

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