Regular sex has been found to reduce the likelihood of genetic mutations in offspring. This discovery was made by scientists from the University of Montreal in Canada.
The fact is that during sexual intercourse, the partners' chromosomes recombine, and gene exchange prevents the risk of many diseases. Scientists say that mutations that lead to hereditary diseases are located in certain places in the genome, where they accumulate. During sexual intercourse, these mutations are eliminated.
Scientists believe that with this method it is possible to defeat hereditary diseases not only in an individual family, but also in all mankind.