Higher Sex Drive, Higher Risk For Prostate Cancer
Men who are more sexually active in their 20s and 30s may run a higher risk of prostate cancer, research suggests.
The Nottingham University study quizzed 800 men on how often they had sex or masturbated.
Those who were most active while younger had more chance of developing cancer later in life.
The researchers said higher levels of sex hormones could lead to a bigger sex drive and the cancer, the journal BJU International reported.