Cranberry juice can be effective in preventing repeat urinary tract infections in some people, review finds

The global review by medical scientists from Flinders University in South Australia and The Children’s Hospital at Westmead in New South Wales found cranberry juice or supplements can reduce the risk of repeat symptomatic UTIs in some women by more than a quarter, and in children by more than half.

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