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Study Shows Exercise Can Lower Your Risk of UTIs and Other Infections

If there's anything we know about urinary tract infections, it's that they all really suck, but a new study has proven that we can lower our risk for UTIs and other infections just by exercising! In a recent study published in the journal Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, researchers have proven that even low to moderate levels of exercise can decrease your likelihood of a bacterial infection.
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