Protecting Men’s Falling Fertility with a Pair of Briefs

Protecting Men’s Falling Fertility with a Pair of Briefs
Design

Wireless Armour provides protection from electromagnetic radiation where men need it most

Azalea Pena
  • 20 august 2015

Making babies is a two-way street. Both male and female must have healthy reproductive systems. However, though we often hear on women’s fertility issues, the truth is, men face the same reproductive challenges. A fact that led to Wireless Armour, an underwear developed by London scientist Joseph Perkins aimed at protecting men’s fertile crescent from electromagnetic radiation.

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