The risk of urinary tract infection is lower among those who regularly take cranberry capsules or drink cranberry juice, a new study conducted by National Taiwan University Hospital researchers reveals.
Researchers led by Dr Chih-Hung Wang analyzed data from 13 different studies involving more than 1,600 people and found that people who regularly consume cranberry were 38 percent less likely to suffer from UTI compared to those who did not use such products.
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