Lots Of Sex Increases Post-Heart Attack Survival Rates

University College London looked at heart attack survivors, and found those who had done the deed multiple times per week were 27 percent less likely to die in the next 12 to 13 years compared to people who "did it" less often. Those who got lucky once a week were 12 percent less likely to die, and those who got some even less often were eight percent less likely to kick the bucket. Researchers found when adjusting for age, lifestyle, socioeconomic factors, and health concerns it weakened the connection between sex and survival. Study authors note the sexual activity is possibly a sign and not a cause of superior health.

(NY Post