Incontinence and osteoporosis link

osteoporosis: frail older woman helped along by older man
Osteoporosis weakens more than just bones, as new research suggests it is closely linked to incontinence in older women. Middle-aged and older women with osteoporosis have a much higher incidence of incontinence, a 2009 Canadian study found. Now, the Continence Foundation of Australia says a study being undertaken by the University of Newcastle and the

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