Weight loss may reduce incontinence risk in women with diabetes

01/31/2012 | Reuters

Losing weight may help lower the risk of urinary incontinence in overweight women with diabetes, according to a study in the Journal of Urology. Researchers studied 2,739 middle-aged and older women and found that only 10.5% of those who underwent diet and exercise changes developed urinary problems over a year, compared with 14% of those who did not.

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