phone in pocketRing the alarms! Phones are linked to erectile dysfunction (ED) , aka, men’s greatest fear. The correlation was discovered by medical teams in Australia and Egypt who looked at no less than 20 users  suffering from ED symptoms for at least six months and 10 users who felt great.

On average, the men spent about 4.4 hours carrying around their turned-on phones in their pockets – no pun intended. That’s a lot more than the average 1.8 hours of the ten who showed no symptoms. The study, which was not peer-reviewed, was actually published in the Central European Journal of Urology.  It tested positive for being inconclusive, but since it’s a pilot study, it’s still worth mentioning: man purses are great.

Via Independent UK