Urinary tract infection sufferers, the vast majority of them women, need to be reminded that while UTIs are fairly common, they can have critical complications. Some folklore remedies have a modicum of merit. These days, women with urinary infections may wheel their shopping carts right past the pharmacy and head for the cranberry juice aisle. A March 9 article in the Journal of the American Medical Association substantiated for many women what their grandmothers had told them all along: ...

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