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Exercise May Help Reduce Nighttime Urination Problems in Men

Waking up to urinate, sometimes repeatedly through the night, is a common problem in men ages 45 and older, but one study shows that regular exercise can help reduce this risk. The condition, known as nocturia, can disrupt sleep patterns and lead to problems in other areas of life due to lack of sleep. It […]

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New Recommendations for Urinary Incontinence Treatment in Women

In light of recent concerns over common surgical treatments for urinary incontinence in women, the American College of Physicians has published new recommendations for treating this common condition without surgery. These simple lifestyle changes can help many women avoid the stresses and risks of surgery in favor of a more natural approach to treating this […]

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Pioneering Research May Provide Help for Overactive Bladder

The body has a natural rhythm known as the body clock. Researchers have recently found a new link between this clock and contractions in the bladder, and it is an unexpected variation on previously held beliefs. A new study, published in The FASEB Journal, shows that the body’s clock, which is controlled by genes, are […]

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Biopsy Quality Crucial to Survival for Bladder Cancer Patients, Study Finds

According to research published by UCLA researchers, the quality of diagnostics staging using biopsy for bladder cancer patients is now directly related to the survival of those patients. This means that patients need quality care from the earliest moments of diagnosis, as those who do not have the ideal biopsies are more likely to die […]

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