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01 June 2010

Nonsmokers have better sex

New research finds that being active and exercising as well as rejecting cigarettes can improve urinary health in women and sexual health in men.

For people who need more reasons to start exercising and steer clear of smoking, new research finds that moving around and rejecting cigarettes can improve urinary health in women and sexual health in men.

In another study, researchers examined surveys taken by 178 healthy men at a VA medical centre in North Carolina.

 

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