Cranberry Juice may help in kids’ bladder infectionsSeptember 10th, 2012 - 6:42 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
New York, Sept 10 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Researchers have amazingly discovered that the juice from cranberries has elements that reduce the risk of the infections of the urinary track.
The cranberry juice that you find in the supermarkets may not have the level of nutrients that is responsible for reduced urinary infections. The researchers have however not been able to fully endorse their research. Some results as published in a urology journal supported the fact that cranberry juice has a UTI element and this is as per a children urologist. The PACs alleged to be the element that makes the cranberries to have the ability to reduce the urinary tract infections.
Women have been known to turn to the use of cranberry juice so as to treat the recurrent infections of the urinary track. Researchers have been able to do their research on kids although the infections are relative in the kids.
Girls on the other hand have reduced chances of being infected with the UTIs at some point in their childhood years. Boys as well have a much reduced risk of getting this infection. UTIs may be recurrent and they can also damage the kidneys. Doctors have been able to deal with this problem through the administration of antibiotics.
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