Here's something new to worry about. A doctor in Houston says you're more likely to wind up with a BLADDER INFECTION after the Super Bowl than any other sporting event. It's because we usually go to the bathroom during commercials when we're watching sports . . . but since we want to watch the Super Bowl ads, we just hold it in. And that puts us at risk.
Here's something new to worry about this Sunday: The Super Bowl is about to put you at risk for a BLADDER INFECTION.
--Dr. Jeff Kalina of Methodist Hospital in Houston says we're at more risk of getting bladder infections during the Super Bowl than any other sporting event. And it's all because of the SUPER BOWL COMMERCIALS.
--Quote, "During most sporting events, people will get up and use the restroom during the commercials and not have any problem. However, most of the time, the commercials are the best part of the Super Bowl" . . . so people refuse to miss them.
--By holding it in too long, you put yourself at a higher risk of a bladder infection.
(--You can reach Dr. Jeff Kalina of Methodist Hospital at 713-441-4467.)