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Urinary Incontinence Basics

By: | Posted on: 24 Jun 2022

Urinary incontinence is leaking of urine that you can't control. Many people in the United States suffer from urinary incontinence. It prevents adults and children from living the life they want. The fear of being far from a bathroom can limit choices about work and many other things. Check out these resources to learn more.…more

Let's Talk Men's Health!

By: | Posted on: 17 Jun 2022

During the month of June, we are challenging men to “get up and go,” whether it’s going to exercise, getting screened or eating a healthy meal. Education, early detection and regular check-ups could save lives with many health issues facing men.…more

Stay Hydrated this Summer!

By: | Posted on: 10 Jun 2022

Summer is coming! Drinking more fluid is a must to not only stay hydrated but to help fight kidney stones. The best thing you can do to fight kidney stones is to drink more, especially water. Stay hydrated with these ideas and recipes.…more

UrologyHealth extra® Summer Issue 2022 – Travel, Exercise and Your Urinary System

By: | Posted on: 03 Jun 2022

This summer issue covers topics around travel, being active and your urinary system. The focus of our feature article with Dr. Suzette Sutherland is to unpack how travel impacts your urinary system. Some of the other topics we explore include healthy summer habits, kidney stones, incontinence and being active with an ileal conduit.…more

Fruity Ice Pops Recipe

By: | Posted on: 27 May 2022

Start your weekend off with these yummy ice pops! Have picky eaters in your house or just looking for a fun way to cool off? These fruity ice pops make a great treat! You can even mix up the recipe by using other fruits!…more

Ladies, Let’s Talk about Sex: Because Female Sexual Health Matters

By: | Posted on: 20 May 2022

There is no question that there is not a large amount of history when it comes to female sexual health. So ladies, let’s talk about sex, because female sexual health matters.…more

Prostate Cancer: Genomic Testing

By: | Posted on: 13 May 2022

Our genes can tell something about why we get certain diseases. Genomic testing looks at your genes but can also look closely at cancer genes and their behaviors. This helps us see how DNA and genes work within a cell. …more

Let’s Talk Women’s Health!

By: | Posted on: 06 May 2022

May marks the start of Women's Health Month, a time to focus on the health and wellness of women all over the world. This month is a time to help raise awareness of urology-related conditions that affect women, such as overactive bladder, urinary tract infections, incontinence and interstitial cystitis.…more

International Dance Day: Don’t Let Your Bladder Stop You from Dancing Through Life

By: | Posted on: 29 Apr 2022

April 29th is International Dance Day! When it comes to your health, one of the key factors talked about for living a healthy life is staying active. Exercise, Exercise, Exercise. What better way to exercise than to put on your favorite song and move?! …more

Bringing Awareness to Infertility: You Are Not Alone

By: | Posted on: 22 Apr 2022

Infertility is the inability to conceive with your partner after trying for at least a year. It can be an exciting time when a couple decides to start trying for a baby. Bringing new life into the world is a beautiful process and can bring so much joy into a couple’s life. But for those couples who have trouble getting pregnant, this process can bring about more worry along the way.…more

Ginger Carrot Soup by Celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck

By: | Posted on: 15 Apr 2022

Spring is here! This low-fat soup tastes especially rich, thanks to slowly cooking and then pureeing fresh carrots. Chef Wolfgang Puck loves the spicy-sweet flavor fresh ginger adds. Also, the salt balances the sweet carrots and honey in this recipe, but you can cut back on salt and honey to limit added sodium and sugar.…more

Testicular Cancer Basics

By: | Posted on: 08 Apr 2022

Testicular cancer starts in the male gland known as the testicle or testis. It is most often found in men age 15 to 44 years. It’s pretty rare and very treatable. Early diagnosis can lead to testicular cancer being cured. Risk of death from this cancer is small with treatment. …more

Advanced Prostate Cancer Resources Available in Spanish

By: | Posted on: 06 Apr 2022

The Urology Care Foundation has translated two prostate cancer materials in Spanish. These resources below can be used to help you learn more basic information about advanced prostate cancer.…more

Can You Debunk These Mythbusters in Urology?

By: | Posted on: 01 Apr 2022

Now let’s test your knowledge on these urology mythbusters! Are these true or false? Make your guess and then click on the link to reveal the correct answer and read more!…more

The Smile Under the Mask

By: | Posted on: 25 Mar 2022

As the pandemic went on much longer than we all thought, it became clear that people were starting to miss that human interaction. The feeling from a simple smile was no longer there and we all just wanted a simple, yet safe, way to feel connected to others. There is a phrase that says a simple smile can make someone’s day and that seems to be true now more than ever.…more

National Awkward Moment’s Day: Urology is Not as Awkward as You Think

By: | Posted on: 18 Mar 2022

Urology may seem….well…awkward. It can be awkward to talk about for some people as certain conditions may make people more embarrassed in their daily lives. This National Awkward Moment’s Day, let’s stand together to normalize talking about these conditions. …more

Herbed Salmon with Bok Choy Recipe

By: | Posted on: 11 Mar 2022

March is Kidney Health Month! Using herbs and spices helps reduce salt without missing flavor. This meal will look good, taste great and will be a healthy choice for fighting kidney stones.…more

UrologyHealth extra® Spring Issue 2022 – Caregiving for Urologic Patients

By: | Posted on: 04 Mar 2022

This spring issue covers topics around caregiving for patients with urologic conditions. The focus of our feature article with Dr. Stacy Tanaka is caring for an unborn child with the urologic condition, hydronephrosis. …more

Sunny Oat Breakfast Poppers Recipe

By: | Posted on: 25 Feb 2022

February is National Snack Month! These breakfast poppers can be eaten any time of the day. They are a fun snack that does not call for baking and are both nut free and gluten free. The mixture can be rolled into balls you can “pop” into your mouth. Treat yourself to an afternoon pick me up. Happy snacking!…more

COVID-19 Update: Hope Moving Forward

By: | Posted on: 18 Feb 2022

As we approach the month of March, many people are feeling tired of living in this pandemic for two years. The good news is as spring is right around the corner, the chance to gather outside with warmer weather brings hope to more “normalcy” in our lives. …more

ED and Heart Disease: What’s the Link?

By: | Posted on: 14 Feb 2022

ED, or erectile dysfunction, is when a man finds it hard to get or keep an erection that’s firm enough for sex. While it is quite common, it can signal an underlying health condition such as heart disease. The link between ED and heart disease may not be obvious, but it is of great value to learn more.…more

The Race for Gold: Winter Olympics and Urologic Injuries

By: | Posted on: 11 Feb 2022

Every four years people from all over the world come together to display their extreme talent at the Winter Olympics. These athletes have been working toward this goal of being at the Olympics for years and sometimes even their entire lives. While being active is of great value to living a healthy life, being part of a sport can put you at higher risk for injury. …more

Black History Month: Leading Healthy Lives

By: | Posted on: 04 Feb 2022

During Black History Month, The Urology Care Foundation is bringing awareness to its resources for Black men and women. Overall health is of great value for all people, but did you know Black men and women are at higher risk for many health issues? We can help change some of the statistics by striving to live healthy.…more

COVID-19 Info Center Available

By: | Posted on: 28 Jan 2022

With the constant changing data on COVID-19, it may be hard to keep up with the latest news from trusted sources. COVID-19 has made an impact our lives across the world for the last couple years. We continue to learn how to go about our lives in a safe way.…more

Hug it out! Urologic Conditions and Keeping Intimacy Alive

By: | Posted on: 21 Jan 2022

Hugging is one of the most basic forms of intimacy within all types of relationships. It can be shared to celebrate joy or comfort sadness. Along with hugging, there are many other ways people can be intimate with one another. Intimacy may not come easy to all people and it can be made harder when a urologic condition is present.…more

Get Proactive this Year with a Health Checklist

By: | Posted on: 14 Jan 2022

Each new year comes with many resolutions both old and new. While you don’t need a new year to start setting or achieving goals, the start of a new year is a great way to set yourself up with a health checklist for the year to make sure certain screenings and routine checkups are scheduled. …more

Hot Spiced Green Tea Recipe

By: | Posted on: 07 Jan 2022

January is National Hot Tea Month! Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world and with this hot spiced green tea recipe we certainly know why! Try this tasty recipe first thing in the morning to start off your day, in the afternoon for a little pick me up or in the evening to wind down from the day.…more

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