Frequent Ejaculation Prevents Prostate Cancer

All athletes know that if you don’t use it, you lose it— and that practice makes perfect. The same is true about sex and prostate cancer. Jennifer Rider and colleagues from the Boston University School of Public Health found that men who ejaculated frequently had a lower risk of prostate cancer. Men who ejaculated at least 21 times per month had the greatest protection (19 percent less), but even men who ejaculated eight to 12 times per month showed a 10 percent reduction in risk, compared to men who ejaculated only four to seven times a month. Frequent ejaculators are party animals: they drink more alcohol, contract more sexually transmitted diseases and are more likely to smoke. They do not die more often from other causes, so keep your pipes clean and party on. (European Urology, published online March 29, 2016)

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