Sex can be safe for heart attack patients: Study

May 1996
Jet;05/27/96, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p46
Reports on the finding on the safety of sexual activity for heart attack patients. Sex not increasing heart attack risk among patients with regular exercise.


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