Help Avoid Prostate Cancer
From the researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (article referenced here)
Reduced Risk Prostate Cancer with Regular Ejaculation
An epidemiological study of 30,000 American men by Michael Leitzman, a cancer researcher at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, has found that men who enjoy an active sex life do not risk prostate cancer in later life.
There has been a suggested link with greater sexual activity and increased incidents of prostate cancer in previous scientific data because of the link with the male hormone testosterone and its effect on promoting cancer cell growth.
Leitzmann’s findings were that men who ejaculate between 13 and 20 times a month had a 14% lower risk of prostate cancer that men who ejaculated on average, between 4 and 7 times a month for most of their adult life.
Men who ejaculated upwards of 21 times a month had a 33% lower lifetime risk of prostate cancer than the baseline group.
Now, I've been mocked before about my "36 hour policy" whereupon if Schmoopie is not available or amorous, I'll tend to matters myself at that interval. Now I find that this may be a lifesaver too.
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