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Green tea may prevent urinary incontinence

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Fron Jackson-Webb, The Conversation

Drinking green tea may help alleviate urinary incontinence in middle-aged and older women. The Curtin University research team examined the effects of green tea consumption in a cohort of Japanese women aged between 40 and 75. While urinary incontinence was a problem for 28 per cent of participants, those who drank four or more cups of green tea daily were significantly less likely to suffer from the condition. The Conversation

Fron Jackson-Webb, Section Editor, The Conversation

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