Why more sex can ward off cancer for men

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Couple in bed. (Photo: Getty Images)
Couple in bed. (Photo: Getty Images)

Male orgasms can stave off prostate cancer.

Most men don’t need an excuse to have more sex, but if any guys out there are after a comeback to “not tonight darling, I’ve got a headache”, then tell your other half male orgasms can stave off prostate cancer.

Researchers from Harvard University found that getting some boudoir action 21 times a month can help the prostate flush out toxins, which keeps the semen-producing gland healthy and helps men avoid cancer.

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