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" July 3, 2008 -- Men who don't use their erections lose them, Finnish researchers find. Men who have sex at least three times a week are only one-fourth as likely to get erectile dysfunction as are men who have less-than-weekly sex.

Aging men who have sex at least once a week have only half the risk of developing erectile dysfunction as do men who have sex less often. "Regular sexual activity preserves potency in a similar fashion as physical exercise maintains functional capacity," conclude Juha Koskimaki, MD, Ph D, and colleagues at the University of Tampere, Finland.

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