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How many times a week should you be having sex?
NBC medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar joins TODAY for a Medical Minute, offering her take on the latest medical studies, including one on how often couples should be having sex as well as new research on children with pediatric cancer who have genetic mutations – which could protect family members from future cancers. Other topics: damaged vocal cords and “broken heart syndrome” (which is NOT a romantic affliction).
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