VIVA LA SEX!

I KNEW IT! [See below] THAT’S WHY AT NEARLY 95, I CAN NOT ONLY STILL “DO IT,” BUT CAN ALSO WRITE BOOKS. I WILL
PUBLISH MY 12TH EBOOK ON MY BIRTHDAY, APRIL 29, ON AMAZON’S KINDLE TABLETS VIA KINDLE DIRECT PUBLISHING.

LIVESCIENCE.COM March 4, 2016, 9:35 AM
By CARI NIERENBERG By CARI NIERENBERG
People over age 50 who are more sexually active also have better memory and cognitive skills than people
who get busy less often, a new study from England suggests.
Sex appeared to give men’s brains a bigger boost than women’s: Men who were more sexually active showed
higher scores on tests of memory skills and executive function — the mental processes involved in planning,
solving problems and paying attention — whereas women who were more sexually active saw only a higher score
in their memory skills, according to the findings, published online Jan. 28 in the journal Age and Ageing.
The study shows that there is a significant association between sexual activity and cognitive function in
adults over 50, said study author Hayley Wright, a researcher in cognitive aging at the Centre for Research
in Psychology, Behavior and Achievement at Coventry University in England.
The researchers looked at data collected from more than 6,800 men and women ages 50 to 89 in England who were
participating in a long-term study on aging.

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Cheers,
Frank


One Response to “VIVA LA SEX!”

  1. Larry Maves says:

    Well, I finally found you. It’s been a few years, interrupted by a couple bouts of bladder cancer, but all is well now. A belated happy 95th birthday to you. I’m glad to see that you are still active as ever. I’m doing my best to do the same.

    Regards,
    Larry