Women Who Drink More Water Get Fewer UTIs

If you hadn’t already figured it out on your own, new research affirms that women who drink more water get fewer UTIs. In a study of 140 women with recurrent UTIs, the infection rate was about half in the group that simply drank an extra 1.5 liters of water daily, Reuters said. Although they admitted they couldn’t tell exactly how much water, total, it takes to prevent a UTI, study authors said that if you have recurrent infections you should strive to drink 2 to 3 liters a day...

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