The study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine concluded that patients assigned cranberry products were 38% less likely to develop a UTI. Women struggling with recurrent UTIs decreased their risk by 47%. Due to differences between the trials included and questions regarding blinding, the findings should be interpreted with caution.  How often do you counsel patients about cranberry products?

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