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Shrub Dweller

That means the Bonobos are buggered then !

I think another problem is that our modern living style enables us to live a lot longer than nature intended and so all these modern ills are a function of our longevity.

Animals which live a long time, because of our care, also show signs of our modern diseases.
Shaker

Shrub Dweller wrote:
That means the Bonobos are buggered then !

Quite - and seems to fly in the face of research from not too many years back which claimed that men who ejaculated frequently were at a lower risk of prostate cancer.

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I think another problem is that our modern living style enables us to live a lot longer than nature intended and so all these modern ills are a function of our longevity.

Animals which live a long time, because of our care, also show signs of our modern diseases.

Nail. Head. People forget that many conditions - the big killers such as cancer and circulatory disease are the prime example - are predominantly diseases of old age: as average life expectancy continues to increase year on year on year, although of course treatments and survival rates improve correspondingly, it's inevitable that we see more cases of said diseases.
shayanjameel08

Men who are very sexually active in their twenties and thirties are more likely to develop prostate cancer, especially if they masturbate frequently, according to a study of more than 800 men published in the January
Lexilogio

shayanjameel08 wrote:
Men who are very sexually active in their twenties and thirties are more likely to develop prostate cancer, especially if they masturbate frequently, according to a study of more than 800 men published in the January


If you reference a study, please give the title, journal, date etc... or a link.

A number of us have full academic access, so it would be useful to read. I have doubts that this is a peer reviewed journal.
Shaker

shayanjameel08 wrote:
Men who are very sexually active in their twenties and thirties are more likely to develop prostate cancer, especially if they masturbate frequently, according to a study of more than 800 men published in the January

Strange that this thread has been resurrected after nearly two and half years ...   Anyway, in my previous contribution to this thread I linked to an article which talked about research which says the exact opposite of this claim - namely, that it seems to be the cases that frequent ejaculation seem to lead to lower rates of prostate cancer. If something has changed in the last two and a half years - some new research, a more up-to-date study, better evidence - then by all means let's see it.

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