Sunday, June 16, 2013

Incontinence Takes Emotional Toll on Middle-Aged Women | Psych Central News

 A new study shows that middle-aged women are more likely to suffer depression from a common medical problem they find too embarrassing to talk about: urinary incontinence.
Research from The University of Adelaide found that women between the ages of 43 and 65 with incontinence were more likely to be depressed than older women.

Incontinence Takes Emotional Toll on Middle-Aged Women | Psych Central News

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