The good news: Adults between the ages of 50 and 90 are having more sex than ever before, according to a new British study. The bad news? There has been a corresponding rise in HIV, syphilis, chlamydia, and other STDs among these older adults. Here's what you should know about the "dramatic" uptick:
(Why is 'dramatic' in quotations? I would have done, 'rise'...)
Is it 'caveman' of me to think it's simply a good idea to have (ideally) one partner for life and wait until marriage for sex?
The article suggests, 'be cautious'. Perhaps there is more to it then being cautious...?