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  • Exploiting significance of physical exercise in prevention of gastrointestinal disorders. [Journal Article]
  • CPCurr Pharm Des 2018 May 21
  • Bilski J, Mazur-Bialy A, … Brzozowski T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Physical activity can exhibit a beneficial effect on a variety of gastrointestinal diseases, however, this effect depends upon the exercise mode, duration and intensity. The accumulated evidence indicate that management of gastrointestinal problems and their relief by the exercise seems to be complicated and require adjustments of physical activity training, dietary measures and medical monitoring of symptoms. More experimental and clinical studies on the effects of physical activity on GI-tract disorders are warranted. Especially, the association between the exercise intensity and data addressing the underlying mechanism(s) of the exercise as the complementary therapy in the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders, require further determination in animal models and humans.
  • Premenopausal women with recurrent urinary tract infections have lower quality of life. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Urol 2018 May 22
  • Ennis SS, Guo H, … Tiong HY
  • CONCLUSIONS: Recurrent acute uncomplicated urinary tract infection has a negative impact on the quality of life of premenopausal, otherwise healthy women. Recurrent acute uncomplicated urinary tract infection patients who also have chronic constipation or consume caffeine have lower quality of life than those who do not. More studies are required to understand the relationships between these common problems and risk factors.
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