Cranberry Gummies Might Taste Great, but You Can't Count on Them For UTI Prevention
If you're looking for ways to help prevent UTIs or just improve your urinary-tract health, it might be tempting to toss a bottle of cranberry gummies into your shopping cart...
5 days ago - PopSugar
An At-Home UTI Test Should Never Replace a Visit to Your Doctor - Here's Why
When you think you may have a UTI , it's best practice to call up your doctor and get into the office for testing. However, there may be a part of you wondering if you can skip...
6 days ago - PopSugar
Pro-inflammatory diet may be associated with increased risk of testosterone deficiency in men
Consuming a diet high in pro-inflammatory foods - including foods that contain refined carbohydrates and sugar as well as polyunsaturated fats - may be associated with...
14 days ago - News Medical
Promising Results for Hypospadias Repair Using Alloderm® : A Randomized Controlled Trial
Hypospadias is a congenital disorder of urethra in which meatus is not at its correct place and occurs in 1 of 250 live male birth. Many techniques have been used for the...
17 days ago - Journal of Pediatric Surgery
Self-management Techniques Help Relieve Urinary Tract Symptoms
The techniques practiced by patients as part of the trials included adjusting the timing for drinking fluids, reducing caffeine/alcohol, adjusting urinating habits, and...
22 days ago - Medscape
It Doesn't Have To Be Awkward--5 Tips For Talking To Kids Abot Sex
When I think about “the birds and the bees ” conversation between parent and child, my thoughts flash straight to every eighties movie ever. The scene is usually of a dad...
23 days ago - Scary Mommy
Declining Sperm Count Tied to Chemicals in the Environment
Chemicals that pervade our modern world are contributing to a decades-long decline in fertility and could pose health risks even into future generations, writes a New York...
26 days ago - Medscape
Stress incontinence surgery does not increased risk of pelvic cancers
Women undergoing surgery to treat stress urinary incontinence are not at increased risk of developing pelvic cancers, according to a large-scale, population-based study in The...
27 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Patients consumed fewer opioids than prescribed after orthopedic, urologic procedures
Patients who underwent orthopedic and urologic surgical procedures reported consuming fewer opioids postoperatively than the quantity prescribed, according to published...
1 month ago - Healio
Extraordinary daytime urinary frequency : warning signs pediatricians should not miss in times of COVID-19
COVID-19 pandemic has had deep negative impacts on mental health on both adults and children, leading to increased diagnosis of mental disorders, somatic symptoms and reactive...
1 month ago - Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine
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The Latest: Indonesia bans traveling home for Eid al-Fitr
Indonesia is prohibiting travel during the popular homecoming period to celebrate Eid al-Fitr
Gold Medals fights off rival Zed Em in epic Grand Annual
Another chapter in the time-honoured Grand Annual has been written, with champions Gold Medals and Zed Em fighting out yet another finish.
Live streaming makes cents, but musicians need more dollars
As the world tilts towards digital streaming, accelerated by the pandemic, it's vital that performers are properly paid, say arts leaders.
NZ suspends quarantine-free travel to and from Sydney
The decision was made following the detection of two community cases in Sydney.
Apple's AirTag trackers made it frighteningly easy to ‘stalk' me
Apple's new AirTags, $45 wireless devices that help you locate things, work well. Frighteningly well.
List manager Ned Guy quits Collingwood after tumultuous off-season
The man who oversaw Collingwood's salary cap firesale and list overhaul last year, Ned Guy, has quit the club.
Study examines artemisinin-based combination therapy as first-line treatment...
When a mosquito begins to nibble on you, it is not merely feeding on your blood, it is also injecting its saliva into your skin. If that saliva happens to be full of parasites...
Johns brothers won't be ‘laying out witches' hats' for Samoa coach Parish
Matthew Johns has rejected calls from the Samoan coach to be his assistant as the battle to coach the Pacific nation intensifies.
Cutting gas use for heating and cooking is not the way to net zero
Customers should be informed about new energy options and be empowered to adopt them, rather than restricting their choices by simply taking options away.
Young athletes must not be ill-treated in the rush for gold medals
A report into gymnastics in Australia shows the risks in the win-at-all-costs approach to sports.