Doctors claim new coronavirus ‘may cause damage to a man’s TESTICLES’

Doctors in China have urged male coronavirus patients to test their fertility as soon as they recover because the infection may damage the function of their testicles. No study has proved that the virus will reduce men’s fertility or sexual potency. But medics in Wuhan have suggested the likelihood that the disease can affect the production of sperm and the formation of male sex hormones. Although the coronavirus mainly targets one’s lungs and immune system, it can, in theory, impair a man’s abilities to reproduce, according to Wuhan’s Tongji Hospital. The comments were made…

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Coronavirus has cost global stock markets $16 trillion in less than a month

Asian stocks fell sharply on Friday, continuing a global market decline tied to the novel coronavirus. Global stock market losses climbed past $16 trillion since a high on February 19 on fears that the outbreak could lead to a worldwide recession, according to S&P Dow Jones indices.   The biggest dive in Asian markets on Friday was in Japan. That country’s Nikkei average was down as much as 9.5%, echoing a brutal 10% collapse in U.S. markets on Thursday, which was the largest single day decline since 1987’s Black Monday.  China stocks were…

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