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In the new study, published in the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology, researchers looked for biological evidence of health effects for the first time.

Women in long term relationships kept daily diaries for a week, including information on whether or not they had sex with their partner the previous night.

The study focused on telomeres - protective caps on the ends of DNA – that predict a person’s biological age.

It may also boost the immune system, increasing the production of natural killer cells which fight disease.

Experts found women who had regular sex had significantly longer telomeres - boosting their overall life expectancy.

Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, said: “This is an important finding.

“It is possible the greater the frequency of sexual intimacy, the stronger the effect, and we plan to investigate that at a later date.

“Telomere length is linked to longevity, and if our results hold up in future studies, it may be that regular sexual intimacy can lead to a longer life.

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