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14 March 2011

Women who drink less may still become incontinent

Can urinary incontinence late in life be prevented by cutting back on liquids years earlier? Probably not, according to new research.

Can urinary incontinence late in life be prevented by cutting back on liquids years earlier? Probably not, according to new research.

Fluid totals ranged from a little more than a litre to nearly three litres each day.

 
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