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How Running Can Contribute to Incontinence and Prolapse
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How Running Can Contribute to Incontinence and Prolapse

Running—whether jogging or marathon running—can cause a downward pressure on women's pelvic cavities that can lead to urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.

Tips to Get Kids Started With Running
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Tips to Get Kids Started With Running

If you want your kids to share your love of running, here are some tips to get them started running or jogging.