In a linked study, Wellings and colleagues used three cross sectional actual and preferred sexual frequency of adults in Britain between 1991.
METHODS. We report the prevalence of sexual activity, behaviors, and problems in a national probability sample of 3005 U.S. adults (1550 women and 1455.
A new study published in the journal Sexual Medicine indicates that sexual activity is associated with improved wellbeing amongst older adults, measured through higher enjoyment of life scores. Led by Dr Lee Smith from Anglia Ruskin University and Dr Sarah Jackson from UCL, the.