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Amano Artisan Chocolate: “How Much Caffeine is in Chocolate?”
AUA Foundation: "Loss of Bladder Control."
Cleveland Clinic: “Bladder Irritating Foods,” “Overactive Bladder.”
Columbia Health: “Go Ask Alice.”
Cystitis & Overactive Bladder Foundation: “OAB Diet.”
Duke Health: “Water, Water Everywhere.”
FEMA Ready.gov: "Managing Water."
Interstitial Cystitis Foundation: “Understanding the Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome Diet,” “The IC & Prostatitis Diet List.”
Interstitial Cystitis Network: “2012 ICN Food List.”
Mayo Clinic: “Overactive bladder.”
Lindt: “Lindt Frequently Asked Questions.”
National Association for Continence: "Overactive Bladder,” ”Urinary Incontinence.”
Oregon.gov: Ensuring Quality Care: “Toileting.”
Rematerialize: “Urinary Incontinence Tips and Info.”
Urology Care Foundation: “It's Time to Talk about OAB.”
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center: “Urology: Our Top Ten Food Trigger List.”
Yale Medical Group: “Thirst and Dehydration.”
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