Cross your legs, men. A phenomenon called xenobiotic attack is meddling with your manhood, and your family jewels may never hang the same way again.
In 2003 Professional golfer Shaun Micheel took his game to a new level. He won the PGA Championship on the 72nd hole with his 21st birdie of the tournament. Then everything seemed to fall apart.
“I lost my drive. I didn’t enjoy practicing anymore. If I made a couple of bogeys, I just wanted to go home,” he said at the time. It was more than a slump. He barely even showed up on the professional circuit the following year. At first he thought it was depression. “I seemed to be tired all the time, and irritable. I wasn’t myself.”