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Articles August 2010 Issue

Calories and Fat Choices Could Affect Urinary Incontinence

Extra weight is a key risk factor for urinary incontinence, but a new study suggests that dietary factors may play a role beyond putting on pounds. Women who consumed the most calories were almost three times as likely to suffer urinary incontinence. The association remained even after adjusting for weight, and in fact was stronger among lean women.

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