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Investigating the Link Between Sexual Activity & Menopause Onset

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    Menopause is an inevitable transition in every woman’s life, but what if engaging in a basic physiological need like sex could delay its onset? Researching this potential connection is Megan Arnot, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University College London. As the lead author of the study, she walks us through her findings and the range of factors they investigated, like the type of sexual activity and whether or not women lived with a partner.

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    Menopause is an inevitable transition in every woman’s life, but what if engaging in a basic physiological need like sex could delay its onset? Researching this potential connection is Megan Arnot, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University College London. As the lead author of the study, she walks us through her findings and the range of factors they investigated, like the type of sexual activity and whether or not women lived with a partner.

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