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From TheJournal.ie Warning of 'huge public health problem' as men's sperm counts have halved in last 40 years Little Swimmers

Warning of 'huge public health problem' as men's sperm counts have halved in last 40 years

Sperm counts among men in western countries dropped by over 50% between 1973 and 2011.

From The42 Ireland down in latest Fifa rankings despite Georgia and Moldova wins Team 33

Ireland down in latest Fifa rankings despite Georgia and Moldova wins

The Boys in Green fell in the October ranking after two months of no change.

Cat makes a complete hames of jumping onto the wardrobe

Elegance personified.

From TheJournal.ie Russian dashcam captures meteorite falling to earth Look To The Skies This post contains videos

Russian dashcam captures meteorite falling to earth

The Russian meteor is not as bright as last year’s.

These people falling on their faces will have you laughing and cringing

We can feel the impact in our own noses and teeth.

Thawing ice falling from apartment block is strangely satisfying

Just hope you didn’t happen to be walking by.

From TheJournal.ie NUIG recruiting participants aged 64 and over to test system that detects falls Accident And Injury

NUIG recruiting participants aged 64 and over to test system that detects falls

The portable fall detector incorporates accelerometers which are capable of running complex falls detection algorithms.

11 ways life can trip you up as a kid

And one child who has it ALL FIGURED OUT.

11 examples of why faceplants are always funny Painful But Funny This post contains videos

11 examples of why faceplants are always funny

Let’s be honest, falling on your face equals big laughs.

From TheJournal.ie This is how the markets reacted to fake news tweet Trading

This is how the markets reacted to fake news tweet

The tweet erroneously said there had been two explosions at the White House and President Barack Obama was injured.

From TheJournal.ie Asteroid to pass between the earth and the moon Asteroid

Asteroid to pass between the earth and the moon

It is bigger than an aircraft carrier – but it won’t hit the earth, scientists promise.

From TheJournal.ie Retail sector slump continues as sales weaken in September Falling

Retail sector slump continues as sales weaken in September

Retail sales were down 3.9 per cent in September when compared to the corresponding month in 2010.

From TheJournal.ie Falling satellite enters atmosphere, scientists not sure where it will land Falling

Falling satellite enters atmosphere, scientists not sure where it will land

Another defunct satellite is due to fall to earth today. This one belongs to Germany (in case you find any of it).

From TheJournal.ie NASA satellite set to hit earth on Friday but where? It's Coming

NASA satellite set to hit earth on Friday but where?

Even scientists won’t know until Thursday or possibly as late as the day itself…

A REPORT from the Department of the Environment says that almost 200,000 homeworkers are facing negative equity by the end of the year. The Housing Market Overview 2009 says price recovery will take longer outside urban areas, and that the downturn may be longer and more severe than expected.

Demolition may be the most likely option for these houses, that may never sell.

Figures from Daft.ie say the average price paid for a home is €224,000, a drop of 36% from €352,500 in 2007, when the Celtic Tiger was in its prime. House prices in Dublin have dropped 40% to an average of €272,500, down from €457,000. The Daft report tracks the asking price for houses between March and June this year. The report says that prices fell a further 4% during the period, a smaller drop than in previous period.

Myhome.ie, and Permanent TSB have previously reported drops of 27% and 34% between January and March this year.