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Generation Y has the least sex since 1920

Generation Y has the least sex since 1920

The study looked at young Americans born in the 1990s (Millenials) and found that young people aged 20-24 were more likely to have no more sex partners since the age of 18 than those born until the late 1960s, Generation X. Researchers found that 15% of respondents had no sexual partners after 18, compared to 6% of the previous generation.

According to the survey, women today are twice as likely as men to be sexually inactive. This study contradicts the theory that Generation Y is looking for quick relationships and casual sex. The study also reported that young people, less and less, take the driver's license or have paid jobs, stating that "they are growing at a slower rate than those born in the 1980s."

For Ryne Sherman, associate professor of psychology at the Charles E. Schmidt School of Sciences at Atlantic University of Florida, although the factors are complex, can be justified by greater sex education, greater awareness of sexually transmitted diseases, and easier access to pornography.


The Importance of Oral Examination at One Year

The Importance of Oral Examination at One Year

According to the American Dental Association and one of its constituent societies, The Wisconsin Dental Association (WDA) recently launched the new campaign "Milk teeth are very important?" A lifetime of healthy, pain-free smiles begins with a mouth exam on the child's first birthday. wants parents to know that the first visit to the dentist is as important a milestone on a baby's first birthday as the first hug, the first smile and the first step, "said Dr.

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Exercise and computer can stimulate the brain of the elderly

Exercise and computer can stimulate the brain of the elderly

Concluded that combining physical activity with computer use can help reduce the risk of age-related cognitive impairment . The experiment was conducted by researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, who analyzed more than 920 people aged 70-93 years. Participants completed questionnaires on computer use and physical activity compared to the previous year .

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