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Acting on urges feels good in the short-term because the impulse is temporarily relieved.
At the same time, the prevalence of OAB with urge incontinence increased nearly threefold, from 4.
However, salivating in response to cues is also not the same as an urge, because people often are not aware of these reactions and thus do not report urges when salivating (Monti et al.
Throughout its year in service HMS Urge continued to receive parcels of food and luxuries from the people of Bridgend, and had it not been sunk, the crew would have had a parade through the town at the end of their tour of duty.
Following the latest development in the mystery of HMS Urge, council leader Mel Nott, said: "This is a wonderful occasion for Bridgend county borough to celebrate the exceptional efforts of townsfolk during World War Two.
Wolf, MD, and his colleagues at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, write that this study offers a "compelling argument for urge incontinence as an additional risk (factor) for fall-related occurrences.
Urges Stockholders to Vote the WHITE Proxy Card to Elect Ramius Nominees Mutch and Moyer in Upcoming Board Election
Hence, we urge the Government to negotiate a new treaty with the United States that eliminates withholding taxes on all dividends and interest for payments to both related and unrelated parties.
Contact your Members of Congress and urge them to vote against the "Clear Skies" proposal.
As recently as 2000, a federal appellate court squarely rejected a church's claim that the First Amendment's free exercise of religion clause allowed the church to urge the public to vote against a candidate.
That's fine with us - we give them a comment card to send to the city and urge them to come to a City Council meeting.
Even if you have voted before, we urge you to sign, date and return the enclosed WHITE proxy card.