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April 16, 2024

3 More Reasons to Quit Smoking: Stones, ED, and Incontinence 

So you’ve committed to a healthier lifestyle in 2024. By all means, then, eat more fruits and vegetables and move your body often. And above all, give a hard “no” to radioactive elements. These particles are among the thousands found in tobacco, of which at least 70 are known to cause urinary cancers of the…

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When UTIs Become Serious: What You Need To Know

Just because something occurs often, it isn’t necessarily harmless. A common cold can lead to a sinus infection or acute bronchitis. And urinary tract infections, which occur in 400 million people globally every year, can end up putting you in the hospital. Yes, UTIs are common ­­– even more so in the summer, when warm weather…

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Summer Travel for You and Your Bladder: 7 Tips for Fewer Emergencies

OAB may feel isolating, but it shouldn’t keep you at home. These seven tips will help you gain more control of your bladder.

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How Pregnancy Affects the Bladder: What New Moms Should Know 

Babies and bladders have a relationship that expectant mothers typically learn about in their third trimester of pregnancy when running to the restroom becomes the norm. But for most first-time moms, it’s important to know that the effects of that relationship can linger well beyond delivery day. Childbearing is a leading cause of stress incontinence…

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3 Health Resolutions to Check Off Before 2023

For many people, the end of a year is a time to reflect and recognize all the things we take for granted. For many people, good health is at the top of that list. Your urinary health is an important part of that, although many people don’t think about their urinary tracts until something goes…

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Calming an Overactive Bladder at Night

An estimated 30 million people, women in particular, live with OAB. And for many, the condition makes it more difficult to sleep through the night.

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Keeping a Healthy Tract in Summer: 6 Urology Wellness Tips

Your summer habits – from what you eat to what you do – can play a role in managing how well your urology system functions.

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So, What is a Urologist and When Should I See One?

Urologists are specially trained to treat conditions of the male and female urinary tracts and reproductive organs.

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Minorities and Health: Why Risks are Higher For Some Urinary Conditions

When it comes to urinary health, people of color in the U.S. suffer at higher or more deadly rates than others.

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Strengthening Sexual Health for Women with Pelvic Floor Weakness

Nearly one-quarter of all U.S. women experience a pelvic floor disorder such as pelvic floor weakness. Contributing risks can include menopause, obesity, and pelvic surgery. A urologist can digonise the presence of prolapse and recommend treatment options.

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Seeking a Pill-Free Treatment for ED?

Now available at The Urology Group: a pain-free, pill-free alternative to treating erectile dysfunction (ED). Alma Duo is designed to address the cause of ED, which is lack of blood flow, with the goal of removing anxity and restoring spontaneity to one’s sex life.

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2022 Health Urology Goals for the Whole Body

Maintaining good urinary health can therefore be achieved by doing what we were told as children…read 4 tips now.

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Here’s to a Great Year, and More Ahead

A look back at the year and what’s to come. We are amazed by the courage and resilience of our community, patients, and staff.

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Cheers to the “Mocktail” and Your Urinary Health

A recent survey showed that Americans, on average, doubled their alcohol consumption from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Eve. All of that alcohol places a lot of demand on the body, including the urinary system, which plays a major role in metabolizing it.

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Living into Our 90s, and Preparing for Urinary Change

Over the next 40 years, the number of people 85 and older will triple to 19 million. There are steps you can take now to reduce or limit some of the most common age-related affects.

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