High caffeine intake may increase incontinence, study finds

04/11/2011 | Reuters

A Harvard Medical School study found that women who drank the equivalent of four or more cups of caffeinated coffee per day were 19% more likely to develop urinary incontinence than those who had the least caffeine intake. The research in the Journal of Urology did not find a connection in women who drank the equivalent of three or fewer cups of coffee daily.

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