There may be more than one reason for that smile on grandpa’s face: A survey of 2,800 Australian men between the ages of 75 and 95 found that 56% of respondents rated their sex lives as satisfying. Sexual activity remained a "somewhat important" part of 48% of the men’s lives well into old age—and that number includes men in the 90 to 95 age bracket, reports CNN.
But there was still a drop-off: the oldest men had less sex than those in their 70s. Among the reason for those who weren't having sex: prostate cancer, diabetes, depression, lack of a partner, or having a partner who wasn't interested in sex. "Sexuality is an innate component of our make-up as human beings. We’re sexual beings from birth until death," said an expert not affiliated with the study. Read the full article.