• Artificially sweetened beverages do not increase women's odds of urinary incontinence

    1 month ago - By Healio

    Consumption of artificially sweetened beverages was not associated with stress or urgency urinary incontinence, researchers reported.
    However, women who consumed the weekly equivalent of at least one artificially sweetened beverage per day had greater odds of mixed urinary incontinence compared with women who consumed less than one beverage per week, data show.
    “Anecdotally, several foods and drinks such as artificially sweetened beverages are thought to have adverse effects on the bladder and lower urinary tract,” Nancy E. Ringel, MD, MS, an assistant professor of obstetrics,
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  • Can a Common Artificial Sweetener Fuel Anxiety?

    Can a Common Artificial Sweetener Fuel Anxiety?

    1 month ago - By Medscape

    An artificial sweetener commonly found in diet drinks and food is associated with an increased risk for anxiety-like behavior, early research suggests.
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