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Seaman NEW YORK | Tue Jan 15, 2013 3:56pm EST NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – The amount of caffeine that’s typically found in two cups of coffee may contribute to a man’s incontinence, according to a new study. “It’s something to consider… People who are having problems with urinary incontinence should modify their caffeine intake and I think that’s part of clinical practice,” said Dr. Alayne Markland, the study’s senior author, from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Though the report doesn’t prove that caffeine causes bladder leakage, the men in the study who consumed the most caffeine were more likely to have the problem than those who took in the least.
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Energy Drinks: Buyer Beware
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Such staggering levels of sugar not only add to dehydration dangers for athletes and other exercisers, but raise an additional concern: Theyre full of empty calories. Its not just the caffeine that concerns me, but the sugar they contain, which contributes to the obesity epidemic, says Kant. There are two things going on. But shes not wild about the sugar-free versions, either. I think the diet versionsdiet Rockstar, Red Bull, whateverfalsely give people the idea theyre healthy, she says.
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