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Hell and High Water

ST. MARTIN

Philipsburg, St. Martin—An aerial photograph shows the damage Hurricane Irma inflicted on this tropical island on September 6. The storm slammed parts of the Caribbean, killing dozens, before heading toward Florida. In the hurricane’s aftermath, food and water were scarce in St. Martin and other islands, where there was much chaos. The U.K., France and the Netherlands responded with aid, but all three countries— which oversee territories in the region—faced heavy criticism from those who felt their response was too slow. Jacques Charbonnier, a resident of St. Martin, told The New York Times, “People are fighting in the streets for what is left.”

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WHO'S KILLING AMERICA'S SPERM? Hagai Levine doesn't scare easily. The Hebrew University Public Health researcher is the former chief epidemiologist for the Israel Defense Forces, which means he’s acquainted with danger and risk in a way most of his academic counter-parts aren’t. So when he raises doubts about the future of the human race, it’s worth listening. Together with Shanna Swan, a professor of environmental medicine and public health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Levine authored a major new analysis that tracked male sperm levels over the past few decades, and what he found frightened him. “Reproduction may be the most important function of any species,” says Levine. “Something is very wrong with men.”
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