Women who were overweight or obese were at an increased risk of having urinary incontinence compared with those who were normal weight, according to a study in Obesity Reviews. Australian researchers evaluated 14 studies involving 47,293 young and middle-aged women from eight countries and suggested weight loss may help overweight or obese women prevent the development of urinary incontinence.
Study: Obesity ups risk for urinary incontinence in women
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