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Cannabis would alter the sperm and DNA of future children...

Cannabis consumption is breaking records every year. 35 % of young men under 34 years of age report smoking it regularly*. A little firecracker can't hurt, they think. However, a new study shows that the active substance in cannabis may alter the sperm, which could lead to a decrease in the number of sperm cells in the semen, which in turn could lead to a decrease in the number of sperm cells in the semen.

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