OT - "scientists amazed" by the obvious yet again
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Wed Oct 14 14:36:51 EDT 2009
I bought a sports car when I had my mid-life crisis, but I found that my
testerone levels were boosted most by a succession of beautiful 24-year-old
girlfriends. Take 2 three times a day after meals and at bedtime. That's the
prescription I wanted.
> Great ! So the faster I go the healthier I get.
> Wonder if I can get my Doc to write a prescription for a
> Porsche GT 3 RS ?
> Kenneth Waller
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bruce Walker" <bruce.walker at gmail.com>
> Subject: OT - "scientists amazed" by the obvious yet again
> > [Quoted exactly as I found it ...]
> > Driving fast cars boosts testosterone
> > 680News staff | Wednesday, October 14th, 2009 8:36 am
> > Scientists at Concordia University in Montreal have found
> that driving
> > fast cars boosts men's testosterone level which could lower
> the risk of
> > heart disease, diabetes and depression.
> > They put men behind the wheel of a Porsche 911 and then let
> them drive a
> > 16-year-old Toyota Camry and then tested their hormone levels.
> > After a spin in a sports car, testosterone levels increased
> > But after driving the family car, hormone levels stayed the
> same or even
> > dropped.
> > Scientists think this could explain why some men buy a
> sports car to help
> > them through their mid-life crisis.
> > [ http://is.gd/4jjia ]
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