• Kyodo News


A recent national poll of around 1,500 people has shown that those who skipped breakfast in their early teens first had sexual intercourse at an average age of 17.5 years, nearly two years earlier than those who ate breakfast every day, according to a health ministry study panel.

Among all those polled, the average age of first sexual intercourse was 19.

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