Mt dew lowers sperm count
A shocking bit of misinformation has captured the hearts and minds of high school and college students of late — the notion that the popular caffeinated soft drink Mountain Dew can be used as a contraceptive. If Internet chatter is any indication, it is widely believed among people that drinking Mountain Dew "kills sperm cells" or, at minimum, drastically lowers a male's sperm count. There are some who fear it may cause impotency, while others seem to view it as a cheap and easy method of birth control. He likens it people believing Elvis is still alive and claiming to have bumped into him in a convenience store — i. True believers attribute the soft drink's purported sperm-killing properties to its relatively high caffeine content 55 mg. These misconceptions date back to the mids, if not further.