4/3/2012

Fifty-seven percent of 51 children with urinary tract infections were reported by their parents to have had unusually smelly urine, Canadian researchers wrote in the journal Pediatrics. However, 32% of parents of children without UTI said their children had bad-smelling urine, while 40% of parents of children with UTI failed to notice anything unusual in the smell of their children's urine.

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