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Staring at breasts can add years to a man's life: study

Deccan Chronicle | DC Correspondent

Published on: December 28, 2016 | Updated on: December 28, 2016

The study observed 500 men in the 18-26 years age group over a five year time period.

It can add four to six years to a man's life (Photo: YouTube)

It can add four to six years to a man's life (Photo: YouTube)

Men staring at boobs might be considered creepy and sleazy, as there has been a lot of research into figuring out the reason for men being fascinated with breasts.

But a new study suggests that the activity which is widely seen as inappropriate might be very good for men as staring at breasts increases life expectancy of men by four to six years.

Backed by MTV, Playboy and former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi, researchers studied 500 men in the 18-26 age group, and asked 100 men to constantly look at women’s breast, while 100 were asked to stare at women with breast implants.

The volunteers were observed for five years and were then examined to find that those who were asked to focus on breasts had lower blood pressure, better circulation and low chances of blood clotting, as compared to others. Those asked to avoid staring showed hypertension and increased risk of cardiac arrest and cancer, which can cut life expectancy by 5 years.

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