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The Three-Cent Thing He Never Uses
When a man doesn't floss, bad breath isn't the only problem that can affect his sex life, finds a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Those with gum disease—an all-too-common result of dental neglect—are more than three times likelier to have erectile dysfunction than those with healthier mouths. Unflossed gums harbor bacteria that can enter the bloodstream. This clogs blood vessels, which in turn reduces the blood supply to that crucial organ (oh, and the heart, too). Flossing: It stimulates more than gums.

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