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November 22, 2002

Singapore recently hosted an international conference on sex, where participants said they may have found a pleasurable way to reinvigorate the world economy.

Healthy sex lives make happy workers, who will in turn create a more robust economy, said Emil Ng, sex therapist and founder of the Asian Federation of Sexology.

"Sexual health is not just about absence of diseases or dysfunction...It is about the ability to enjoy sex," Ng told reporters on the sidelines of the 7th Asian Congress of Sexology. "This will improve the whole nation's well-being and productivity.

"When your economy is down, sexual activity will be lower, not because of sexual problems, but financial problems. This is a vicious cycle."

Source: Reuters, via Yahoo!

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