Study: Caffeine consumption is not tied to incontinence

04/7/2011 | Reuters

A study in the journal BJOG of more than 14,000 Swedish twins found coffee and tea consumption did not increase the risk of developing urinary incontinence, and in some cases coffee consumption even lowered the risk.

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