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Pat’s perspective was, “I can do this. My mantra was to put one foot in front of the other and keep going.” And keep going, she did.
You cannot live without proper renal function, even if the kidneys are assisted artificially. Life would not continue without the many functions these organs perform. Learn more about kidney health.
Four out of every 10 women over the age of 50 experience urinary incontinence. But there are a number of options to treat the condition -- with or without surgery.
When couples experience fertility issues, women are the first to get evaluated. Even if the man is told to get checked out, he may avoid going in because he doesn’t know what is going to happen. Here is what to expect.
It might help to know that urinary incontinence is a common problem for women of all ages. Loss of bladder control may not be a life-threatening situation, but it sure can be annoying and – at times – embarrassing.
Most people don't know their kidneys aren't working correctly until their symptoms are so advanced they need dialysis or a kidney transplant. Here are seven tips to keep your kidneys healthy.
Staying hydrated is one of the healthiest habits you can adopt. Here's how you can easily increase your fluid intake.
Frequent urination can really cramp your style. Find out why the need to pee can increase and what you can do about it.