By Clare E. Close, MD, FAAP, SWHR Interdisciplinary Network on Urological Health in Women Member
It’s early morning and your teenage daughter runs out the door to school. Much will happen today that you may or may not hear about when you see her again tonight. It’s unlikely that you will hear anything about the school restrooms, yet during her day at school, your daughter is developing habits that can affect her bladder for her lifetime.
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