Prostate cancer is a type of cancer that starts when a tumor grows in the prostate gland of the male's reproductive system. However, a recent study shows that ejaculating once a day can significantly help reduce the chances of acquiring this particular disease. 

A team of researchers from Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital conducted a study in order to determine whether releasing reproductive fluids once a day can reduce the risk of getting prostate cancer, which is the most common type of cancer among men these days.

According to Jennifer Rider, study co-author, the latest research on the benefits of ejaculating once a day and how it affects the chances of getting prostate cancer is worth considering. However, the new data are still on the process of being proven and should be taken with much caution. The researcher also added that due to the indefinable risk factors of prostate cancer, the results of the study are pretty encouraging. This means that it is truly beneficial to men to reduce the chances of acquiring this disease.

As for the study itself, the researchers found out that those who are sexually active and ejaculate at least 21 times a month has 22 percent lower chance of acquiring prostate cancer considering the number of adult males that have been afflicted by it. As for how ejaculation is achieved, the researchers pointed out that the option is not limited to just having a sexual intercourse. The release of semen can also happen during nocturnal emissions also known as "wet dreams" and masturbation.