High-protein diets are known for fast weight loss, but can they cause kidney damage? Find out what you need to know to protect your kidneys and your health.
Kidney infections are uncommon types of urinary tract infections. A urologist explains how they happen and what to do to prevent or treat them.
Kidney failure, also called renal failure, is known as a “silent killer.” But you can turn up the volume: Learn five signs of kidney failure and two risk factors for kidney disease to watch out for.
Our experts explain why you should learn about your family history of prostate cancer and other cancers, and share this information with your physician.
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A urologist explains the advantages of a lesser known surgery to treat an enlarged prostate — including less chance for retreatment in the future.
Because vasectomies are considered permanent sterilization, a lot of men don’t realize that reversing it is possible. Dr. Sarah Vij explains.
Obesity and metabolic syndrome are risk factors for kidney disease. Working with a doctor and dietitian to develop a weight-loss plan can help protect your health.
Focus on things you can change — like diet — to improve your overall health and your chances of becoming a father. Get the latest info on what to eat and what to avoid.
Women and older adults are more at risk for recurrent urinary tract infections. Here’s why, as well as some steps you can take to help prevent UTIs.
Surgery and radiation for prostate cancer can affect your urinary and sexual function. Urologists Andrew Stephenson, MD, and Drogo K. Montague, MD, explain what to ask your physician about side effects and what can be done to manage them.