While it has long been believed that cranberry juice can help prevent all-too-common bladder and kidney infections, a new study says its unlikely to do any good.
A new review published Wednesday in The Cochrane Library analyzed recent evidence and came to the conclusion that any benefit of drinking the juice is likely to be extremely small and only for women with recurrent urinary tract infections (UTI).
New research debunks the notion that drinking cranberry juice can stave off a bladder or kidney infection. ©Cogipix /shutterstock.com
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