The two had long marriages and do not wish to marry now.
18, 2016 – Senior men in a national study of testosterone therapy found that it works. 18, 2015 - Fewer senior men should be developing diabetes now days, if a new study is correct in its finding that sildenafil, a drug used in Viagra and other brand names, improves insulin sensitivity and reduces the risk of diabetes. The FDA had previously warned of the dangers of Reload, the “herbal Viagra” reportedly taken by former L. Rabbi guest writer for Grand Rapids Press asks fellow religious leaders their opinions June 18, 2015 - An 82-year-old widow asked in a letter to Rabbi David Krishef, “How far can we go?
These men with low testosterone experienced improved sexual function and even saw slight improvement in their ability to walk and their sense of vitality. ” She is referring to the relationship with her new found love, an 81 year old widower.
19, 2015 - Older men are frequently associated with the use of sexual enhancement drugs and should carefully read the latest warnings from the Food and Drug Administration. S., United Kingdom, Canada and Australia June 30, 2015 - A newly published study indicates senior citizens and other older adults are keeping the web hot with discussions about the joys of sex and the sharing of advice about how to keep their mojos working. Sex Health News for Seniors Is sexual intimacy between unmarried senior citizens sinful?
Sex Health News for Seniors Senior citizens keeping web hot with discussions about sex New study monitored discussions on websites in U.
Sex and Romance for Senior Citizens Middle-Aged Women Missing Passion - and Sex - Seek Affairs, Not Divorce Being happy in marriage is far different than being happy in bed - None of women looking to leave husband By Sydney Mc Kinley, American Sociological Association Aug.
16, 2014 - When middle-aged women seek extra-marital affairs, they are looking for more romantic passion, which includes sex and don't want to divorce their husbands, suggests new research to be presented at the 109th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. Health and Medicine for Seniors Vasectomy Appears to Increase Risk of Aggressive, Lethal Prostate Cancer Men who had regular PSA screening had a increased risk of 56% for lethal prostate cancer; effect stronger among men who had a vasectomy at younger age.July 9, 2014 The largest study to examine the link between vasectomy and prostate cancer has found that men who had this birth control procedure have a small increase in their risk of prostate cancer but a stronger risk for advanced or lethal cases of this cancer. Health & Medicine for Senior Citizens Male Infertility Right Up There with Smoking, Diabetes as Death Risk Stanford study finds two abnormalities in semen equals doubled mortality risk in 8 years May 16, 2014 Most of us are aware that smoking and diabetes double our risk of death.New evolutionary psychology research shows gender differences in age preferences regarding sexual partners stay about the same through old age Sept.25, 2014 This new research from Finland is probably not going to surprise anyone.The researchers had to interview over 12,000 people to learn that women prefer men about their age or slightly older, but men - even senior men - prefer women in their mid-twenties.And, both preferences seem to apply for adults up through their senior citizen years.