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03 April 2012

Smelly urine a red flag in kids

When parents say their child's urine smells bad, doctors should test for a urinary tract infection, Canadian researchers report.

When parents say their child's urine smells bad, doctors should test for a urinary tract infection, Canadian researchers report.

Although stinky urine increases the likelihood that a child has a UTI, the researchers admitted that this symptom alone isn't enough to make a diagnosis.

 
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