Does having more sex mean you have a healthy sex life? Not really

The key to a healthier sex life lies in the quality of the relationship, not the frequency of sex. Photo: AFP

When it comes to how often couples have sex, scientists in some countries have actually documented a number.

A 2017 study published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior found that the average adult gets some action around 54 times a year, or about once a week.

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