Middle-aged men who spent at least 10 hours a day sedentary had a 15% increased risk of developing bladder problems, compared with those who spent less than five hours sitting daily, according to a study in BJU International. South Korean researchers evaluated 69,795 men with an average age of 40 and no history of bladder disease and found that those who had high physical activity levels were at a 7% reduced risk of developing urinary problems, while those who engaged in even a little exercise had a 6% reduced risk, compared to men who were inactive.
Urinary problems in men tied to physical inactivity, study finds
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