The Public Education Council improves the quality of resources the Foundation provides. The Council serves to develop, review and oversee the educational materials and programs the Foundation provides.
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Men with a low sex drive, fading energy, mood changes and erectile dysfunction may have low testosterone levels, also known as low-T. However, these symptoms can be caused by other reasons.
You can get on track for good urologic health with better eating habits and small changes to your lifestyle. Read our Living Healthy section to find healthy recipes and fitness tips to manage and prevent urologic conditions.
At the Urology Care Foundation, we support research aimed at helping the millions of men, women and children who struggle with urologic cancer and disease.
We provide free patient education materials on many common urologic health conditions. These are available in both print and download format.
Full Winter 2016 Issue
Is Blood in your Urine a Reason to be Concerned?
Below the Belt: Pain Men Shouldn't Ignore
When Nature Calls (Multiple Times) in the Middle of the Night
Ask the Experts: What are Ways to Stay Fit this Winter without a Gym Membership?
Ask the Experts: How Can I Keep My New Year's Resolution?
Ask the Experts: What are Holiday Travel Tips for those Living with Symptoms OAB?
Full Fall 2016 Issue
Choosing Active Surveillance to Monitor your Prostate Cancer
Did You Know? OAB vs. SUI
Bladder Cancer in Women
Q&A: Ask the Experts
Full Spring 2016 Issue
Let’s Talk About Your Sexual Health
Did You Know? Pediatric Urology 101
What is Advanced Prostate Cancer?
Making a Difference - Dr. Gopal Badlani
Full Summer 2016 Issue
Effect of Diet on Interstitial Cystitis
Did You Know? Kidney Stones
Understanding UTIs Across the Lifespan
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