Come again - Regular Sex

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The news all red-blooded men had hoped for has been finally delivered by researchers in Boston. Regular sex can help protect men against prostate cancer. A report in the Journal of the American Medical Association - and we merely quote the figures - amongst 30,000 health professionals, the ’norm’ was four to seven ejaculations per month. Those who had 13 to 20 per month had 14 per cent less prostate cancer; and those exceeding 21 had 33 per cent less. One theory is that the ejaculation ’flushes’ out toxins, another is that it helps remove calciferous deposits.

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