Midlife sex: what’s not to like?

Midlife sex: what’s not to like?

Scientists from Oxford and Coventry Universities have just published research suggesting the brain-boosting effects of regular sexual activity on 50-somethings’ verbal fluency and visual memory. You can only assume champion Scrabble players go at the act of intimacy like crazed stoats. None of these revelations come as a huge surprise. Poets have known for centuries… Continue Reading Midlife sex: what’s not to like?

Regular sex is good for the heart – but only if you’re a man, scientists say

Regular sex is good for the heart – but only if you’re a man, scientists say

Frequent sex is good for the heart because it reduces the levels of a harmful chemical in the blood, scientists believe – but the effect is only seen in men. Having sex several times a week can lead to better circulation and healthier blood vessels in men, which researchers say is crucial for preventing a… Continue Reading Regular sex is good for the heart – but only if you’re a man, scientists say