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Having sex more frequently make you healthier

Out of all the health hacks making the rounds, here’s one we bet you can all get behind: Having sex more frequently can make you a healthier man, a new study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests.

In the study, researchers asked 2,267 people questions about how often they had sex, and then took blood samples to run some tests. They found that those who reported having sex the least frequently—less than once a month—had significantly higher levels of a chemical called homocysteine than those who had sex the most, or at least twice a week.

That’s important, since hig

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