Latest Research

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S Sun et al, 2016. Coffee and caffeine intake and risk of urinary incontinence: a meta-analysis of observational studies, BMC Urology, published online.

A Staack et al, 2015, Prospective Study on the Effects of Regular and Decaffeinated Coffee on Urinary Symptoms in Young and Healthy Volunteers, Neurology and Urodynamics, published online ahead of print.

Killer S. C. et al (2014) No Evidence of Dehydration with Moderate Daily Coffee Intake: A Counterbalanced Cross-Over Study in a Free-Living Population. PLoS ONE, 9(1): e84154.

A M Silva et al, 2013, Total body water and its compartments are not affected by ingesting a moderate dose of caffeine in healthy young adult males. Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab. 38 (6)

A Gomelsky & R R Dmochowski, Treatment of mixed urinary incontinence in women, Current Opinions in Obstetrics and Gynecology, published online ahead of print.

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G Tettamanti et al. (2011), Influence of smoking, coffee, and tea consumption on bladder pain symptoms in female twins, Urology, published online ahead of print.

Y H Jura et al. (2011), Caffeine intake, and the risk of stress, urgency and mixed urinary incontinence, The Journal of Urology, 185(5):1775-80.

G Tettamanti et al. (2011), Effects of coffee and tea consumption on urinary incontinence in female twins, BJOG, published online ahead of print.

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