Beyond indicating how well-hydrated you are, do you know that the colour of your urine could be a sign of an underlying medical condition? Read on to find out when to consult your urologist.
An overactive bladder can happen when you drink too much liquids. However, it’s wise to see a doctor when the condition persists or if you suffer bouts of incontinence.
Gym goers new to spin classes and CrossFit, even those who may be super fit, can be at risk of rhabdomyolysis due to over-exertion from exercise.
Your body needs extra care and nutrition after kidney transplant. You may have to make changes to your diet to meet your specific needs and tolerances.
Urinary tract infections are common in children, and can be serious if they aren’t treated. Learn the symptoms, and find out how to prevent these infections.
Poorly-controlled diabetes can negatively impact various organs over time. Here are 10 things to know.
Hepatitis can be caused by a variety of viruses and other non-infectious means. Know your risks and how to avoid picking up this liver-wrecking condition.
If you experience pain or pass blood as you pee, you might have picked up a urinary tract infection. This unpleasant condition can be effectively treated if discovered early.
Learn more about urological problems, kidney stones, and how drinking water may prevent them.
In this article, find out if 8 cups of water is really enough for your body and how you can include more water (if necessary) in your daily diet.
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