Older adults who lead an active sex life are more likely to have increased cognitive function, according to a new Oxford University research collaboration.
The study which was conducted in partnership with the University of Coventry, found that people over the age of fifty, who engaged in above average levels of sexual activity, scored higher in a series of tests than others.
A total of 73 people, (28 men and 45 women), took part in the study, findings from which were recently published in The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological and Social Sciences.
Participants were asked to complete a series of questions a…
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