Drinking cranberry juice is just one of the myths that abound about preventing and treating urinary tract infections (UTIs). Here, we’ll separate UTI fact from fiction.
Urinary & Kidney Health
Find tips for daily living with kidney, bladder, prostate and urethral conditions and learn about treatment breakthroughs, including minimally invasive and scarless options for kidney surgery, from our Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute.
Many women find their beauty rest interrupted by a need to urinate at night. Learn what causes nocturia, or nighttime urination, and when you need to see a doctor.
Guys: Over-the-counter ‘natural’ remedies that claim to raise your testosterone levels may sound too good to be true. Are they?
Aside from its age-defying qualities, injectable botulinum toxin has medical uses for patients with nerve pain, migraine and spasticity, along with conditions like excessive sweating and overactive bladder.
Urine may have a variety of colors. It usually ranges from a deep amber or honey to a light straw color, with many golden variations in between. The color of urine can tell you a lot about your body. Here’s a chart of urine colors and what they indicate.
Research continues to support the idea that diet can affect fertility. Men who eat a diet high in processed red meats have poorer sperm quality than men who eat more fruits, vegetables and white fish.
Plenty of people know the risks of cigarette smoke as it enters the body, but cigarette toxins present a high risk of bladder cancer as they leave the body. Experts say half of all bladder cancer deaths are caused by smoking.
Explore the breakthroughs that have shaped our knowledge of kidneys -- including transplantation and the work of researchers to find effective ways to manage kidney donation.
One busy man who was diagnosed with prostate cancer wasn’t interested in going through lengthy treatments to take care of the problem. Here’s the solution he found.
If a biopsy shows that you have prostate cancer, there can be different ways to treat it. Urologist Charles Modlin, MD, lays out the range of treatment options.