Exercise May Lower Risk of UTIs and Other Infections

Regular exercise, even at low levels, may be protective against urinary tract infections and other bacterial infections, Health.com reports. The findings come from a study of 19,000 Danes who were monitored for respiratory tract infections such as sinusitis and pneumonia. While they couldn’t prove that exercise plays a direct role in infection-fighting, the study did show that those who got regular exercise were less likely to need antibiotics, the researchers said. This is exciting,...

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