A fertility consulting firm notes that a decline in sex and births among young adults and teens corresponds with a rise in the use of smartphones and social media.
A fertility consulting firm notes that a decline in sex and births among young adults and teens corresponds with a rise in the use of smartphones and social media. Handout TNS
A fertility consulting firm notes that a decline in sex and births among young adults and teens corresponds with a rise in the use of smartphones and social media. Handout TNS

Not tonight, dear. I’m on Snapchat. Do young adults prefer smartphones to sex?

December 28, 2017 10:52 AM