You’ve probably read this already, but a report on prostate cancer was just released. No pun intended.

I’ll give you some highlights of the report here:

“higher elevations of ejaculation appear to protect men from developing prostate cancer”

The study suggested that frequent ejaculations may decrease the concentration of “chemical carcinogens which readily accumulate in prostatic fluid” and may reduce the development of crystalloids “which have been associated with prostate cancer in some.”

The earlier Australian study published in July 2003 by the Cancer Council Victoria found that the more often men ejaculated between the ages of 20 and 50, the less likely they were to suffer from prostate cancer.

I’ve always preached that you can’t argue against hard scientific facts. I’m also a big fan of preventative care. As men, we should be doing all we can to take care of our prostate.

So from now on, if anyone asks, just tell them you’re trying to protect yourself from prostate cancer.

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