Your urine can reveal a lot about what’s going on in your body, from how hydrated you are to whether you might have a urinary tract infection. Learn what’s normal and what’s not in this urine color chart.
Drinking cranberry juice is just one of the myths about preventing and treating urinary tract infections (UTIs). We’ll separate UTI fact from fiction.
From irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) to gynecological issues and diverticulitis, find out the common causes of lower abdominal pain and when to seek medical attention.
You might think that urinary tract infections are a worry only for adult women. But they are a concern for babies and young children, too.
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Kidney infections are uncommon types of urinary tract infections. A urologist explains how they happen and what to do to prevent or treat them.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common. But they increase the odds for delirium, hospitalization and death in older adults who are frail. Discover how to help the older adult in your life.
Are men or women more likely to get urinary tract infections (UTIs)? Whose UTIs are worse? This infographic explains how UTIs affect men and women and offers tips for treatment.
Leaking urine isn’t normal as you age. Find out what help is available for stress incontinence.
If you have multiple sclerosis, you can do things to help limit unpredictable flare-ups of pain, dizziness, numbness and imbalance. In particular, people with relapsing-remitting MS, can take steps to avoid certain behaviors and situations that trigger MS flare-ups or relapses. Neurologist Alexander Rae-Grant, MD, identifies eight triggers that may lead to relapses or flare-ups. Avoid these … Read More