The Dangers of Not Going to the Bathroom

Not going to the bathroom on a regular basis can be harmful to your bladder and other organs in the urinary system. A typical adult will go to the bathroom 4 to 7 times a day, but it depends on your personal body and individual factors including age, size of bladder, medical conditions, and bladder […]

Breaking the Silence: A Look at Prostate Cancer

Breaking the Silence: A Look at Prostate Cancer One of the most common types of male cancer, prostate cancer is cancer that affects the prostate, a gland shaped like a walnut responsible for producing the seminal fluid that nourishes and carries sperm. Prostate cancer is slow-growing cancer that first grows in the prostate gland, where […]

Male vs. Female Urinary Incontinence

Male vs. Female Urinary Incontinence What You Need to Know Urinary incontinence affects millions of people including both men and women. For both male and female urinary systems, the organs include kidneys, the bladder, ureters, and the urethra. Around 18 million women in the United States deal with urinary incontinence compared to 3.4 million men. Besides age, constipation, […]

An Overview of Mens Bladder Health

An Overview of Men’s Bladder Health Even though bladder health is often associated with women, it is a very real concern for men too. Over 25% of men over the age of 65 have dealt with urinary leakage, and 1 in every 27 men have a chance of developing bladder cancer. Common male bladder problems […]

Infection Prevention Week 2014: Antibiotic Infographic

Hello and welcome back to another blog. This week we are in observance of Infection Prevention Week and we have an interested infographic to share with all of you; courtesy of the Association for Professionals In Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC). Check it out and let us know what you think.

Prostate Cancer and Incontinence (Infographic)

Hello everyone. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and in honor of this month we have prepared an infographic to share with you that illustrates the link between prostate cancer and incontinence! Check it out below: