December 07, 2019

The Great American Smokeout and Bladder Health

More than 40,000 of the nearly 80,500 new cases of bladder cancer estimated to be diagnosed in 2019 will be found in smokers.

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2018: The Year in Review

Looking back on our patients, our physicians and our community.

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Help Your Bladder Survive the Holidays: 7 Balancing Acts

How to help your bladder survive over the holiday season

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Snuffing Out a Leading Cause of Bladder Cancer

The Great American Smoke Out – Reducing your risk of bladder cancer

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First-Class Race for Prostate Cancer

Belterra Park Cincinnati – the perfect backdrop for our 11th prostate cancer run

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What to Know about a Dropped Bladder

When something just doesn’t feel right or feels out of place, pelvic floor prolapse could be the issue.

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Rising Temperatures Raise Incidents of UTIs – Here’s Why

In the summer, chances of UTIs escalate for several reasons. Knowing the causes can help prevent the burning and other discomfort most commonly associated with them.

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Is Your Prostate Enlarged? 8 Facts and 1 Big Myth You Should Know

Learn the facts and when to be concerned.

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May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

How much do you know about the fourth leading cancer among men?

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Robotics surgery – benefits of today’s tools

Robotics is more the norm than the exception for treating many conditions and today’s robotics offers even more patient advantages.

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Testicular Cancer: A Young Man’s Guide to Early Detection

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, when all men (and women) should learn more about recognizing and treating this less prevalent, and therefore less thought about, disease.

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Vasectomies and basketball—what’s the connection?

Considering a vasectomy? Read about the procedure here.

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National Kidney Month and Cancer: How to Protect a Hard-Fighting Organ

Kidneys are among our hardest-working organs, which puts them at higher risk of disease, including cancer. This National Kidney Month, here’s what you should know.

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Eat, Play, Move: 3 Small Ways to Maintain a Healthy Weight

If I wanted to live large, I would have to start thinking small.

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Post-holiday Stress and Your Bladder

Holidays can be stressful and can contribute to health problems, including some urinary issues.

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