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Men’s health: beauty gazer lives longer

(People's Daily Online)

08:34, August 31, 2012

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Edited and translated by Gao Yinan, People's Daily Online

It is said that staring at beauty for 10 minutes is equivalent of a 30-minute-long aerobic exercise. British researchers spent five years on an experiment involving 200 males. They find that gazing at the beautiful women for several minutes every day helps men decrease the risks of high blood pressure and heart diseases. The average life span of those beauty gazers can be extended to four to five years.


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Read the Chinese version: 养生:好色喝酒流泪 长寿男人8个“坏特点”

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