A man and woman’s desire for, and enjoyment of, sexual intimacy does not have to fade with age, regardless of misperceptions.
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As 2017 winds down, patients often reflect on how well they met their goals for the year, including those around health. Each year, I see hundreds of patients for conditions involving their bladder, kidneys, prostate or urinary tract. Many of those conditions cannot be prevented because of genetics or another predisposition. Take prostate cancer, for example: age, ethnicity and family history of the disease are risk factors that simply can’t be avoided.
However, some conditions develop or worsen because of lifestyle choices we make. Whether you’re a man or woman trying to reduce your risk factors for a disease or simply want to live better, here are five concrete ways you can take control of your health and put your body in a stronger position to fight disease if it does occur.
These ideas are certainly not new. However, they are worth reconsidering as we transition to a new year. Make 2018 your fresh start to living healthier.
Few symtoms, no matter how unusual, would catch us by surprise.
But some of those “embarrassing” symptoms could indicate more serious health conditions. Read about five symptoms that signal a call to your urologist.
Thirsty? Be sure to say ‘yes’ to that tall glass of water. It may save you from searing pain by the end of the summer. That’s because summer is peak season for kidney stones, hard little formations that develop in the kidneys when urinary minerals and salts crystallize and bind together. Often, stones aren’t even…