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UrologyHealth extra® Winter Issue 2023 – Kidney Lumps n' Bumps

By: | Posted on: 15 Dec 2023

The focus of our feature article with Dr. Timothy Averch breaks down the basic details to know about kidney cancer, cysts and stones, so you can be more informed if you ore someone you know finds out they have this type of lump or bump. Some of the other topics we explore are foods and drinks for kidney health, the purpose of the kidneys and a touching story about a man who donated his kidney to his brother.…more

Roasted Brussels Sprouts & Sundried Tomato Recipe by Celebrity Chef Michael Lomonaco

By: | Posted on: 01 Dec 2023

Roasting this vegetable brings out a deep flavor for a filling side dish that’s fun to make. This method will caramelize the Brussels sprouts, transforming them from bright green to a rich, brown color with a nutty flavor.…more

Fried Gnocchi with Broccoli and Peas Recipe

By: | Posted on: 17 Nov 2023

The only thing better than dumplings are fried dumplings! Add onions, garlic, broccoli and peas to gnocchi and you’ve got a filling and fun dish. Gnocchi are Italian dumplings made of potatoes or flour (or both) and eggs. Some packaged gnocchi have a high salt content, so pick a lower-sodium variety.…more

Urologists Share Their Passion for Changing Lives Around the World

By: | Posted on: 10 Nov 2023

We recently sat down with two of the 2023 Humanitarian Grant Program recipients, Dr. Rajiv K. Singal and Dr. Dana Weiss, to talk about their passion for helping bring care to others.…more

Urine Charge! Keep Your Bladder Healthy for Bladder Health Month

By: | Posted on: 03 Nov 2023

November is Bladder Health Month and ‘urine’ control of keeping your bladder happy and healthy. Bladder issues are often not talked about because some might feel shy or do not know that it could be a health issue. Now is the time to take control of your bladder and learn when to reach out for help.…more

Cocoa Peanut Butter Smoothie Recipe

By: | Posted on: 27 Oct 2023

This Cocoa Peanut Butter Smoothie is a great way to add a healthy delicious treat to your weekend as you prepare for the sugar rush!…more

Family History and Cancer Link

By: | Posted on: 20 Oct 2023

October is both Family History Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Something many people may not know is that if you are diagnosed with prostate cancer, your doctor may ask about your family history of breast or ovarian cancer. …more

War, Urology and Fertility

By: | Posted on: 13 Oct 2023

What does war, urology and fertility have in common?? We sat down with the manager of Museum and Archives for the William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History, Tupper Stevens, who talks about genitourinary trauma and the effect of war on urology and fertility. …more

UrologyHealth extra® Fall Issue 2023 – Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)

By: | Posted on: 06 Oct 2023

This fall issue covers topics around BPH. The focus of our feature article with Dr. Amy Krambeck is to provide an overview of BPH and some treatment options to think about. Some of the other topics we explore are foods and drinks for prostate health, prostate health supplements and how common this condition is as people with prostates age.…more

Prostate Cancer Survivor Knows the Value of Knowing Your PSA Level

By: | Posted on: 29 Sep 2023

Moe’s journey began in 2012 when his doctor raised concerns about his Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) levels. He saw a local urologist who ordered a biopsy. Moe and his wife met with a urologist to review the results, which confirmed he had prostate cancer. …more

Pregame Preparation: What You Should Know About Your Prostate

By: | Posted on: 22 Sep 2023

Any football fan or player knows the best offense is a good defense. Learning about your risk for prostate cancer is like learning about your opponent. The more you know, the better you can pick the best plays to stay in the game – for life.…more

Prostate Cancer Mythbusters

By: | Posted on: 15 Sep 2023

Learn about clinical trials, appropriate exercise and managing prostate cancer with your healthcare team.…more

Learn about Metastatic Prostate Cancer

By: | Posted on: 08 Sep 2023

If prostate cancer spreads beyond the prostate, it is called “metastatic.” This means it is found growing in nearby organs or tissues. It can be hard to treat. Advanced prostate cancer like this can be life threatening if it spreads to other parts of the body. …more

Let’s Talk Prostate Cancer!

By: | Posted on: 01 Sep 2023

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, a time to help people learn about prostate cancer and give support to those in need. Our Prostate Cancer Info Center is a great place to learn more. You can download free fact sheets and patient guides, read care blogs and listen to podcasts. …more

Should You Worry about Your Child’s Penis Size?

By: | Posted on: 25 Aug 2023

Worried about your child’s penis size? We sat down with pediatric urologist, Dr. Courtney Rowe, who talks about why parents may worry about their child’s penis size, what to know about a healthy penis and advice for parents.…more

Learn about Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma (UTUC)

By: | Posted on: 18 Aug 2023

Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma (UTUC) is a cancer that affects the inside lining (urothelium) of the kidney (the “collecting system” – where urine starts to drain after it is made by the kidney) and the ureter (the tube that carries urine from the kidney to the bladder). …more

Who is the Urology Care Foundation?

By: | Posted on: 11 Aug 2023

The Urology Care Foundation, powered by trusted experts of the American Urological Association, has many types of resources for urologic patient education. Our materials are approved by board-certified doctors and include web articles, downloads, care blogs, survivor stories, podcasts, videos and even an online magazine. Keep reading for a breakdown of what we have to offer!…more

2023 Urology Care Foundation Humanitarian Recognition Award Winner

By: | Posted on: 04 Aug 2023

The Urology Care Foundation Humanitarian Recognition Award gives special thanks to someone who shows how they commit to helping improve access to quality urologic health care in underserved areas. The awardee is someone who shows the spirit of philanthropy as proven by prior humanitarian work.…more

Learn about Hormone Sensitive Prostate Cancer (HSPC)

By: | Posted on: 14 Jul 2023

Hormone Sensitive Prostate Cancer (HSPC) is a type of prostate cancer that is sensitive to hormone therapy. Hormone therapy works by blocking the production of the androgen hormones. …more

UrologyHealth extra® Summer Issue 2023 – Let’s Talk Pediatric Urology!

By: | Posted on: 07 Jul 2023

This summer issue covers topics around pediatric urology. The focus of our feature article with Dr. Carmen Tong is to talk about undescended testicles and how it can impact adults. Some of the other topics we explore are why pooping matters, kidney stones and kids, testicular torsion, prenatal hydronephrosis, and urologic cancer in kids.…more

Pack Your Picnic Basket with Us!

By: | Posted on: 30 Jun 2023

Summer is a great time to get outside, spend time with family and friends, enjoy the sunshine and enjoy some good food and drinks! Let us help you pack your picnic basket for your next summer getaway trip!…more

Travel Tips for a Healthy Summer

By: | Posted on: 23 Jun 2023

When you travel, it’s best to be prepared – even when it comes to eating. Here are some food tips for when you are on the road. …more

Let's Talk Men's Sexual Health

By: | Posted on: 16 Jun 2023

We recently sat down with two urologists who specialize in men’s sexual health, Dr. Denise Asafu-Adjei and Dr. Amarnath Rambhatla. They discuss the value of talking about men’s sexual health, common urologic conditions around sexual health for men, testosterone, infertility and how to support your partner in their sexual health.…more

Tropical Smoothie Recipe

By: | Posted on: 09 Jun 2023

This cool drink offers a fresh taste from mango, pineapple and banana. Plus, a vegetable can be added into the day through the carrots! It may be a choice if you are not feeling hungry, but need calories. …more

NEW Bladder Cancer Video

By: | Posted on: 02 Jun 2023

What is bladder cancer, what are the symptoms and what treatments are there? This new video about bladder cancer goes over the basics.…more

Fresh Blueberry Lemon Smoothie Recipe

By: | Posted on: 26 May 2023

This high-nutrient, refreshing smoothie is an easy go-to option to fill you up as you start your day. The trick is to keep frozen fresh fruits on hand. You can slice and freeze bananas as they get soft, or any fruit that gets too ripe. (Remove the peels before freezing.) You can also buy frozen fruit.…more

Painted Salad with Walnuts Recipe

By: | Posted on: 19 May 2023

Paint your plate with this colorful salad, which is fresh, light and filled with fruits and vegetables. It is even tasty without dressing!…more

UrologyHealth extra® Special Issue 2023 – Navigating Prostate Cancer

By: | Posted on: 12 May 2023

The Urology Care Foundation is pleased to present a special issue of UrologyHealth extra®. The focus is helping patients, caregivers and others learn more about taking an active role in their prostate cancer journeys.…more

Let's Talk Female Sexual Dysfunction

By: | Posted on: 05 May 2023

We recently sat down with two urologists who specialize in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Maria Uloko and Dr. Suzette Sutherland. They break down each part of female sexual dysfunction and how it can be of great value for women to seek help if they are having any issues.…more

Bladder Cancer Caregiver Podcast Series

By: | Posted on: 28 Apr 2023

We are proud to announce a new podcast series for bladder cancer caregivers. The goal of this “Bladder Cancer Caregiver Podcast Series” is to help provide more understanding, support, hope and guidance for people impacted by bladder cancer, to include friends, family and caregivers.…more

Chilled Minty Green Tea Recipe

By: | Posted on: 21 Apr 2023

It's National Tea Day! Chilled decaffeinated green tea is a drink you can make at home to help you stay hydrated. The mint serves as a soothing herb.…more

Testicular Cancer Awareness

By: | Posted on: 14 Apr 2023

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness month. Like any cancer, it is of great value to spread awareness so others can learn more and get diagnosed and treated sooner.…more

Creating an Owner’s Manual for Your Urologic Health

By: | Posted on: 07 Apr 2023

Most men know the basics of auto care, yet many men are not sure about their urologic care. With a car, keeping the gas tank full and air in the tires is a must, along with scheduled oil changes. Did you know that certain healthy living tips could make an impact on male urologic health?…more

Roasted Spring Vegetables Recipe

By: | Posted on: 31 Mar 2023

Spring is here! You can add fresh, colorful and richly flavored vegetables to any meal with this super easy recipe. It is full of nutrients, low in sodium and oxalates and has no added sugar or no uric acid. Roasting vegetables “wakes-up” their flavors. Add these roasted vegetables to a bed of lettuce and you can enjoy a light, but filling lunch.…more

Let’s Hear it For Our Doctors!

By: | Posted on: 24 Mar 2023

You may have heard the phrase “Not all heroes wear capes” and that is true of the work doctors and their teams do daily. Whether you go to the doctor a few times a year for routine checkups, or you are going for a condition or disease, doctors are there to help you learn about your health, answer your questions and help provide options for care as needed.…more

Can Food and Drinks Really Change the Color of Urine?

By: | Posted on: 17 Mar 2023

In the United States, St. Patrick’s Day is a time for people to come together for good food and good drinks, some of which follow a green theme. But how do those green food and drinks affect our bodies? Have you ever wondered if colored food and drinks could make your urine turn green too? Don’t worry – you’re not the only one who has thought that before!…more

How Does Calcium Help with Kidney Stones?

By: | Posted on: 10 Mar 2023

You may have heard growing up that milk helps build strong bones and keeps you healthy. But have you heard that milk, and other calcium-rich foods and drinks, can help lower your risk of kidney stones too? It’s true! There are many different types of kidney stones, with 80% being calcium stones.…more

So, You Want to Talk Kidney Health?

By: | Posted on: 03 Mar 2023

Caring about your health means making positive changes in your daily routine. Our kidneys do a lot for our bodies, so let’s learn some of the basics together.…more

Healthy Habits For Your Winter Wellness

By: | Posted on: 24 Feb 2023

Finding healthy habits that you can stick with year-round is a great way to manage your overall health and wellness. When the weather gets cold and winter comes around, it may be harder to keep up those healthy habits. Here are a few tips that may help get you out of that winter slump and stick with a healthy lifestyle.…more

Urology Mythbusters: Truth, Myth or Both?

By: | Posted on: 17 Feb 2023

Ever hear the phrase, “If it’s on the internet, it must be true”? Well, while the internet is a great place to find information, you have to be careful about where that information comes from.…more

Sexual Health Matters: Keeping Intimacy Alive with a Urologic Condition

By: | Posted on: 10 Feb 2023

Your sexual health is a key part of your overall health. But, people often keep this part of our lives quiet. Being more open to talking about your sexual health with your partner and doctors may help you feel better in your relationships and boost your self-esteem.…more

Black History Month: Showing Up For You and Your Health

By: | Posted on: 03 Feb 2023

Did you know Black men and women are at higher risk for many urologic health issues? Let’s change some of the statistics by striving to live healthy. The Urology Care Foundation has recently developed several resources in support of Black men and women’s health that we’d like to share with you in honor of Black History Month.…more

Warm Quinoa & Berry Breakfast Bowl Recipe

By: | Posted on: 27 Jan 2023

These whole-grain breakfast bowls can help fill you up and are super quick to make. Quinoa can also serve as a gluten-free alternative to oatmeal or cereal.…more

The Secret is Out…. We All Poop! Learn the Basics About Constipation and Urine Control

By: | Posted on: 20 Jan 2023

Constipation happens when you go too long without having a bowel movement. There are many causes of constipation. Knowing the cause of your constipation can help find ways to prevent it. and many things that can help maintain healthy bowel habits to prevent constipation.…more

Learn about Androgen Deprivation Therapy (ADT) for Prostate Cancer

By: | Posted on: 13 Jan 2023

Hormonal Therapy or Androgen Deprivation Therapy (ADT) is a treatment option usually given together with another therapy for men who choose radiation or men with advanced disease. ADT works by starving prostate cancer cells of testosterone to slow cancer growth. By learning more about ADT for prostate cancer, you may feel more ready to talk with your doctor.…more

The Question “How are you?” – Mental Health and Urology

By: | Posted on: 06 Jan 2023

Anxiety and depression with a urologic condition or disease may be common, but know that there are ways you can find support and feel better. There is a lot involved with health issues and having a good support system is a great place to start. Talk to a friend, family member, your doctor or a trusted professional such as a mental health counselor to help you cope with these changes in life.…more

New Year's Resolutions

By: | Posted on: 29 Dec 2021

When it comes to a new year, many people are thinking about the new goals they want to set to live a healthier life. It is not uncommon for those goals to last a few weeks before people fall back into their busy lives and old habits. This year, why not strive to make those goals last past January? …more

Heart-Healthy Black Bean Brownie Recipe

By: | Posted on: 22 Dec 2021

It’s no secret the holidays bring around yummy foods and sweet treats all season long. Well, who’s to say those treats can’t secretly include healthy ingredients? This black bean brownie recipe is high in soluble fiber and plant-based protein, both of which help to maintain good heart health. …more

UrologyHealth extra® Special Bladder Cancer Issue 2021

By: | Posted on: 17 Dec 2021

Extra! Extra! Read all about bladder cancer in this special issue of UrologyHealth extra® magazine! Bladder cancer may be a common form of cancer, but how much do you really know about this disease? …more

UrologyHealth extra® Winter Issue 2021 – The Link between Sexual Health and Urology

By: | Posted on: 10 Dec 2021

This winter issue covers sexual health topics to help support your intimate relationships. The focus of our feature article with Dr. Akanksha Mehta is how urology can affect sexual health. …more

Black Women’s Health: 3 Options to Learn about Staying Healthy

By: | Posted on: 02 Dec 2021

Women often focus on their family’s health first and put their health last. But, it’s of great value to take care of yourself. Did you know Black women are at higher risk for many health issues? Let’s change some of the statistics by striving to live healthy. …more

Cornbread-Broccoli Stuffing Recipe

By: | Posted on: 23 Nov 2021

Looking for an easy holiday recipe to share with family and friends? Check out this savory and nutritious cornbread-broccoli stuffing!…more

Overactive Bladder Basics

By: | Posted on: 19 Nov 2021

Overactive bladder, or OAB, is the name for a group of bladder symptoms. These symptoms may include a feeling that you have to pass urine urgently, the need to pass urine often (day and night) and urine leaks with the “gotta go” feeling. While OAB is very common, having any of these symptoms can make it hard to get through the day without going to the bathroom many times.…more

Supporting Veterans and their Urologic Health

By: | Posted on: 12 Nov 2021

Veterans Day is November 11, and is a day we as a nation honor and support our U.S. military veterans. These men and women put their lives at risk to defend our country. We are forever grateful for their service, but supporting our veterans goes beyond this one day.…more

Take Control of Your Bladder Health

By: | Posted on: 05 Nov 2021

November is Bladder Health Awareness Month! Each year, millions of men and women struggle with the symptoms related to bladder health conditions or disease. That’s why we have created a Bladder Health Info Center where you can find many free bladder health resources. …more

The One Where We Remember James Michael Tyler

By: | Posted on: 29 Oct 2021

It’s 1994 and you’re sitting down for the night to watch a new episode of “Friends.” Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe and Joey. Everyone seemed to have a favorite. But there was a seventh “friend” who was in over half of the aired episodes. …more

Erectile Dysfunction Basics

By: | Posted on: 22 Oct 2021

ED is very common and can be a result of health problems, emotional issues or both. While men may have some problems with erections from time to time, ED that happens on a regular basis with sex is not normal and should be treated.…more

Prostate Cancer: Early Detection for Higher Risk Patients

By: | Posted on: 15 Oct 2021

Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer for men. For early stages of prostate cancer, symptoms may not be present, so it may be hard to know if you are at risk. …more

Breast Cancer Survivor Cares for Father with Prostate Cancer

By: | Posted on: 08 Oct 2021

Being a cancer survivor comes with a powerful journey. It also allows you to have a personal connection with cancer, to know what to expect and to know how to manage life moving forward. Strength comes from the support and love from people around you. For breast cancer survivor, Lillie Shockney, she knows how a patient’s quality of life can change life for better or worse. …more

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month Through Good Food and Health!

By: | Posted on: 01 Oct 2021

Americans have enjoyed tasty foods from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain and Latin America for decades. Tacos are now more popular in America than hotdogs! Latin music, dance, festivals, sports and the Spanish language are part of our American image. These traditions are part of a healthy life.…more

Prostate Cancer: Genetic Testing

By: | Posted on: 29 Sep 2021

It can be helpful to learn about genetic testing to better prevent, detect and/or treat prostate cancer. Genetic testing helps doctors learn about a gene(s) and its role in disease.…more

One Man's Story of Surviving Prostate Cancer and Helping Others

By: | Posted on: 24 Sep 2021

When I was 55 years old, I had a slightly elevated prostate-specific antigen (PSA) of a little over 5. I went ahead and had a biopsy. The biopsy came back negative. I assumed I was fine; I felt fine.…more

Urologist Who Treated Prostate Cancer Becomes Patient and Fights Back

By: | Posted on: 17 Sep 2021

In 2018, Chesapeake Urology’s main event to raise funds was renamed the Dr. Sanford J. Siegel Prostate Cancer Run/Walk to honor its founder who was diagnosed with prostate cancer and fighting the very disease he set out to beat. Finding a cure and reaching out to more men with free screenings for early detection became very personal for Dr. Siegel.…more

Finding Relief Through Diagnosis

By: | Posted on: 09 Sep 2021

Tammy* is a 38-year-old woman. She has suffered for many years with pain in her lower abdomen. As a child she was told she had “lots of bladder infections” and was given antibiotics. But, the medications still didn’t help. …more

Shared Decision Making After a Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

By: | Posted on: 03 Sep 2021

Craig was on his way to lunch when he received the call from his doctor saying, "Craig, we found cancer." At the age of 67, Craig was healthy, active and enjoying his retirement. When he began feeling the need to use the restroom more often, he decided to visit a urologist. …more

UrologyHealth extra® Fall Issue 2021 – Feel Younger with a Healthy Pelvic Floor

By: | Posted on: 27 Aug 2021

This fall issue covers many conditions in urology about pelvic floor health, such as pelvic pain, pelvic floor dysfunction and urine leaks (incontinence), just to name a few. These mostly affect women, but can also affect men as well. …more

Helping the World of Urology with Miles for a Mission!

By: | Posted on: 18 Aug 2021

Help us to “help the world of urology” by pledging to run, bike or even swim with Miles for a Mission! Funds raised will go to the Urology Care Foundation’s Humanitarian Endowments, which supports urologic healthcare missions in underserved parts around the world. …more

Advanced Prostate Cancer Basics

By: | Posted on: 13 Aug 2021

Prostate cancer is called advanced when it spreads beyond the prostate or returns after treatment. There are four stages of prostate cancer, with the last two stages as more advanced. Stage III is “locally advanced” where cancer has spread outside the prostate but only to nearby tissues. Stage IV is “advanced” where cancer has spread outside the prostate to other parts of the body.…more

Urology for Kids

By: | Posted on: 06 Aug 2021

You’ve just learned your family should think about making a visit to see a pediatric urologist. So, what is a pediatric urologist and how are they able to help kids? …more

Kidney Stones Over the Years: A Survivor Shares His Story

By: | Posted on: 30 Jul 2021

Kim, a 75 year-old retired university professor, has lived with stones for over 25 years. In 1989, Kim had his first stone surgery, shock wave lithotripsy (SWL). This was an old way to treat stones.…more

Kidney Cancer Basics

By: | Posted on: 23 Jul 2021

Kidney cancer is very common and, while it affects mostly men and the elderly, it is helpful for all to know the basics. The earlier kidney cancer is found, the better chances of survival. …more

Bladder Cancer: Genetic and Biomarker Testing

By: | Posted on: 09 Jul 2021

Other types of testing to help find and treat bladder cancer may include genetic and biomarker testing. Learn more about genetic and biomarker testing for bladder cancer with these resources. …more

Young Cancer Survivor Encourages Men to Pay Attention to Their Bodies and Get Checked

By: | Posted on: 30 Jun 2021

In late 2016, 24-year-old Steven from Virginia Beach, Virginia noticed that his left testicle seemed to be growing. It was tender and hurt when he touched it, but being young, he never thought it was anything serious.…more

Vasectomy Basics

By: | Posted on: 17 Jun 2021

Vasectomy is a minor surgery to block sperm from reaching the semen that is ejaculated from the penis. Vasectomy reversals are for men who have had a vasectomy and then decide they want to father a child. …more

Writer Turned Pioneer Advocate Leads the Way Down a New Path Taking Charge of Prostate Cancer

By: | Posted on: 04 Jun 2021

Howard Wolinsky, a Chicago-based freelance medical journalist, was the Chicago Sun-Times health writer for nearly 30 years. He has spent his career asking questions and investigating. So, in 2010 when he was told he had prostate cancer, followed days later with a recommendation to have surgery, he was stunned and needed to know more.…more

Celebrating Victories and Hope for the Future

By: | Posted on: 21 May 2021

Happily married and living a full life, Marguerite had her first urinary tract infection (UTI), at the age of 35, but it wasn’t her last. …more

Ureteral Stents What You Should Know

By: | Posted on: 26 Apr 2021

Our fact sheet and video may help you learn more about ureteral stents so you know what to expect. Learn about stents, how they feel, how they are removed, what’s normal and when to call a doctor if you feel concerned.…more

Prostate Cancer Caregiver Podcast Series

By: | Posted on: 02 Apr 2021

We are proud to announce a new podcast series geared toward helping give support, hope and guidance to prostate cancer caregivers. The goal of this “Prostate Cancer Caregiver Podcast Series” is to help others connect with a diverse group of people who have felt the impact of prostate cancer in their lives and empower them on their journey.…more

The Basics about Kidney Stones

By: | Posted on: 26 Mar 2021

Kidney stones, medically know as nephrolithiasis (neph-ro-lith-i-asis), is a term many people have probably heard before. You may have dealt with them first-hand, know someone who has dealt with them, or simply heard it in passing. If this is your first time learning about kidney stones, whether for yourself or caring for another…. welcome!…more

Practicing Gratitude Helps Kidney Cancer Patient Find Peace

By: | Posted on: 12 Mar 2021

Salima spent her life raising two kids with her husband and giving back to the communities where she lived. It was her passion to volunteer for various organizations. That passion turned into creating a non-profit that gave back to children diagnosed with cancer.…more

African American Men’s Health: 3 Options to Learn about Staying Healthy

By: | Posted on: 25 Feb 2021

Our patient education for African American men may help! With three options - a podcast, a fact sheet and a poster – you can learn more about health screenings, their purpose and their timeline.…more

Valentine’s Day Getting You Down?

By: | Posted on: 10 Feb 2021

Erectile Dysfunction affects as many as 30 million men and might be a sign of cardiovascular disease…more

The Story of Dr. R. Frank Jones, MD: Medical and Civil Rights Pioneer

By: Casey Callanan | Posted on: 02 Feb 2021

Dr. Richard Francis Jones (R. Frank Jones) became interested in surgery when he was on the operating table in 1916. He spent three weeks in a surgical ward as a patient. After recovering from an inguinal hernia, he decided surgery and medicine was his calling. This would prove historic for medicine and civil rights.…more

Male Infertility: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 23 Dec 2020

When a man can no longer make sperm (for any reason) he is infertile. He cannot have a biologically-related child. If you are at risk, you may be able to save sperm for future fertility. Fertility preservation improves a man’s chance of having a child using his own sperm in the future.…more

Addison's VUR Story

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 09 Dec 2020

Addison Parks was just 15 months old when she had her first urinary tract infection (UTI). Her doctor prescribed antibiotics. But two months later, Addison got a second UTI. That’s when her doctor suggested her parents take her to a pediatric urologist. This doctor specializes in diseases of a child’s urinary tract.…more

UrologyHealth extra: Special Women’s Bladder Health Edition

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 25 Nov 2020

The Urology Care Foundation is proud to announce the launch of a very special edition of  UrologyHealth extra magazine. As part of Bladder Health Month, the Urology Care Foundation published  UrologyHealth extra: Special Women’s Bladder Health Edition, a magazine dedicated to helping women better navigate their bladder health. …more

New Neurogenic Bladder Resources are Now Available

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 12 Nov 2020

Neurogenic Bladder, also known as Neurogenic Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction, is when a person lacks bladder control due to brain, spinal cord or nerve problems. Several muscles and nerves must work together for your bladder to hold urine until you are ready to empty it. Nerve messages go back and forth between the brain and the muscles that control when the bladder empties.…more

How Blood in the Urine is Tested and Treated

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 14 Oct 2020

Hematuria is blood in the urine. Sometimes, blood is in the urine but is not easily seen and it is called “microscopic” hematuria since it can only be seen under a microscope. …more

Talking Prostate Cancer with Cal Ripken Jr

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 24 Sep 2020

Today's episode of the Urology Care Podcast is a special one. Major League Baseball's ironman, Cal Ripken Jr., joins us with his personal physician, Dr. Ronald Tutrone, for an episode that cannot be missed. …more

Back to School Pediatric Urology Tips

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 09 Sep 2020

Now that Labor Day is beyond us, it's the time of year kids head back to school. Dr. Amanda North joined the Urology Care Podcast for a recent episode to discuss back to school advice for parents as summer vacation comes to an official end.…more

Jerry's BPH Story

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 26 Aug 2020

He decided to make an appointment with a urologist nearby to learn what was going on. The doctor said that his prostate had enlarged, but felt that they could “wait and see” before starting treatment. Jerry was told to return in one year. …more

Urology 101 an Introduction to Urology

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 12 Aug 2020

The urinary tract is a pathway made up of the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. These parts of your body make, store and get rid of the urine in your body. Your body makes urine to get rid of waste. It also makes it to get rid of the extra water that it doesn't need. Before leaving your body, urine travels through the urinary tract.…more

How to Prep for a Urology Visit

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 22 Jul 2020

Dr. Brian Stork joins the Urology Care Podcast with some advice for our listeners about how to best prepare for a urology visit in our newest episode. Dr. Stork is a urologist in Muskegon, Michigan. He is also the Chair of the Urology Care Foundation's Patient Education Council.…more

Varicoceles: What You Should Know

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 24 Jun 2020

A varicocele is when the group of veins inside your scrotum (the sac that holds your testicles) get bigger because of poor blood flow. These veins are called the pampiniform plexus. When they grow larger, they may look like a "bag of worms".…more

My Erectile Dysfunction Story

By: Chuck (On behalf of the Urology Care Foundation) | Posted on: 10 Jun 2020

My Erectile Dysfunction (ED) was a result of the radical prostatectomy surgery I had for prostate cancer more than a decade ago. I first tried a vacuum pump to improve blood flow to my penis. It worked for a while, but for me, the compression was painful.…more

Treating Urinary Incontinence in Women without Surgery

By: Jane Chang, MPH, Joanna Siegel, ScD, and Kim Bailey, MS, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) | Posted on: 27 May 2020

Millions of women have urinary incontinence (UI), or leaking urine. Treatments can help improve quality of life for women with UI. Yet many don't discuss UI with their doctors. The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) has created an Evidence Update to share research findings on treating UI without surgery.…more

Overactive Bladder (OAB) Podcast Series

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 13 May 2020

The Urology Care Foundation has released five podcast episodes about Overactive Bladder (OAB) as part of the Urology Care Podcast. A strong urge, or "that "gotta go" feeling, is one of the main signs that you may be living with OAB. As you'll learn in this podcast series, treatments are available and your doctor can help.…more

Get the Facts on Testicular Cancer

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 22 Apr 2020

While testicular cancer can affect a boy or man at any age (from newborn to elderly), it's most often found in men between the ages 15 to 44 years old. It's always a shock to learn cancer has grown in the testis, especially at a young age. However, with early diagnosis, this cancer can be treated and even cured. …more

Mikes Story A Patients Journey with Testicular Cancer

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 08 Apr 2020

Finally, after seven months, Mike went to his primary care doctor, who sent him to a urologist to confirm he had testicular cancer. He was told he was very lucky, because his cancer was still a stage I seminoma. It hadn't yet spread to his lymph nodes.…more

Kidney Cancer: Talking to Your Doctor About Treatment

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 25 Mar 2020

Finding out you have kidney cancer can be overwhelming. You may have many questions about your treatment options and what lies ahead. Being able to talk with your urologist about your preferences for treatment is important. …more

How Kidney Stones are Diagnosed and Treated

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 11 Mar 2020

Urine contains many dissolved minerals and salts. When the urine has high levels of minerals and salts, hard stones can form. These stones can be "silent" or very painful. Kidney stones come in many different types and colors. Stones in the kidney may not cause any symptoms and can go undiagnosed.…more

10 Healthy Tips for Urologic Health

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 03 Mar 2020

A healthy diet can support urologic health. For example, drinking enough water lowers your risk of urinary tract infections (UTIs). Watching what you eat can help you maintain a healthy weight, which can lower your risk of developing urologic cancers.…more

Vesicoureteral Reflux (VUR): When Urine Goes the Wrong Way

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 26 Feb 2020

We've all heard of acid reflux. It's when stomach acids move up, causing pain or a burning feeling in the chest area. This is not the only type of reflux the body can have. The bladder can also have reflux. Reflux of the bladder is when urine moves up, rather than down. VUR is when urine flows backwards from the bladder up towards the kidney.…more

UrologyHealth extra: Special Military Edition

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 12 Feb 2020

In early 2020, the Urology Care Foundation published UrologyHealth extra: Special Military Edition, a magazine dedicated to urology patients in the United States military community. This magazine aims to raise awareness about urologic disease to all retired and active duty personnel of the United States Armed Forces.…more

Top Patient Education Downloads of 2019

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 22 Jan 2020

In addition to our robust social media platforms, we also have a large collection of patient education resources. Our reliable educational materials are based on American Urological Association (AUA) Clinical Practice Guidelines. We provide more than 400 patient education resources available in a variety of formats, including downloadable and printable patient guides, fact sheets, assessment tools, infographics, videos and podcasts.…more

The Top Ten Tweets of 2019

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 08 Jan 2020

We're proud to share with you the top tweets of last year! 2019 was a great year for all of us here at the Urology Care Foundation as we continue our role as trusted resource for your urologic patient education.…more

Exploring Transperineal Prostate Biopsy Facts

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 27 Dec 2019

A transperineal biopsy is when your doctor puts a needle into the prostate through the skin behind the testicles. This is an area known as the perineum. Your doctor will take a number of tissue samples, which are then sent to the lab for review.…more

Why Getting Incontinence Treated is Important

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 11 Dec 2019

People throughout the world live with incontinence and bladder control symptoms. It prevents men, women and children from living the life they want. The fear of being far from a bathroom can limit decisions involving work, activities and just about everything.…more

Neurogenic Bladder: When Nerve Damage Causes Bladder Problems

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 27 Nov 2019

Millions of Americans have neurogenic bladder. Neurogenic bladder is when a person lacks bladder control due to a brain, spinal cord or nerve problem. This includes people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease and spina bifida, and people who have had stroke or spinal cord injury.…more

Get the Facts About Nocturia during Bladder Health Month

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 13 Nov 2019

If you wake from sleep two or more times each night to use the bathroom, it is a clear sign of nocturia. Waking during the night to go to the bathroom can be hard to live with. Nocturia can disturb your sleep and impact your quality of life. Nocturia is a sign that something troubling is going on in our bodies. It is not a disease in and of itself.…more

Getting to Know the Adrenal Glands

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 23 Oct 2019

The adrenal glands are found above each kidney. They are triangle-shaped, and measure about half an inch in height and 3 inches in length. Each adrenal gland has 2 layers. The adrenal glands control many processes in the body. …more

What You Should Know About Priapism

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 09 Oct 2019

Priapism is a rare condition involving an erection that lasts for an unusually long time. It can be painful. This type of erection is not related to sexual stimulus. Immediate treatment is important to prevent tissue damage and erectile dysfunction (ED).…more

In Sickness and in Health

By: Claremary Sweeney | Posted on: 25 Sep 2019

This blog post has been submitted by Claremary Sweeney. She is the author of the South County Mystery Series and lives with her husband Charley to whom nearly all her books are dedicated. This is a reflection of her and her husband Charley's experience with prostate cancer.…more

10 Facts Every Man Should Know Before Prostate Cancer Surgery

By: Phil Shulka | Posted on: 11 Sep 2019

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Did you know 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer? At the age of 60, I was one of those men and now I am a prostate cancer recovery coach - sharing my prostate cancer journey with others to help them through their experience. …more

Managing Interstitial Cystitis

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 30 Aug 2019

Interstitial cystitis (IC) is a chronic bladder health condition that causes discomfort or pain in the bladder area. Along with this pain are lower urinary tract symptoms which have lasted for more than six weeks, without having an infection or other clear causes.…more

What to Expect at your First Urology Visit

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 14 Aug 2019

Urology is a branch of medicine that deals with health problems of the male and female urinary systems, and the male reproductive system. A urologist is a medical doctor and a surgeon. They are trained to find, treat, and handle urinary and genital problems. …more

A Patient's Guide to Undescended Testicles

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 24 Jul 2019

Before birth, a baby boy's testicles develop and form inside his abdomen. They then move down (descend) into the scrotum. If one or both of his testicles don't descend the way they should, they are called "undescended".…more

Why Testicular Torsion is a Medical Emergency

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 10 Jul 2019

It is estimated that 4 out of 10 young men who have testicular torsion will lose the affected testicle. This usually happens because of a delay in someone knowing that they have the condition. Any pain or discomfort in the testes is a sign to get medical help right away.…more

Crucial Facts about the Phallus

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 26 Jun 2019

We are reaching the closing days of Men's Health Month 2019, a time to raise extra awareness and promote men's health facts. There is heightened awareness for importance of staying informed about preventable health issues facing men during June. This includes staying informed about what may affect a man's penile health. …more

Take Advantage of these Key Resources during Men’s Health Month

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 12 Jun 2019

Did you know June is Men's Health Month? This is the time to raise extra awareness and promote facts to men around the world. Education, early detection and regular check-ups could save lives with so many preventable health issues facing men.…more

What to Know about BCG for Bladder Cancer

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 22 May 2019

Did you know May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month? It's a time to raise extra awareness and promote facts about this disease. Education and raising awareness about bladder cancer is an important part of moving closer to a cure.…more

Hydrate to Help Prevent Kidney Stones

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 22 May 2019

Half of people who have had a kidney stone will develop another one. A key way to reduce the risk of forming stones is to drink extra water. This dilutes the substances in urine that lead to stones. To prevent repeat stones, try to drink at least 3 quarts (about ten 10-ounce glasses) of liquid a day…more

How to Find a Clinical Trial in Urology

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 08 May 2019

Patients with a urologic condition may wish to participate in a clinical trial. Clinical trials offer hope in that they are research studies that explore whether new treatments are effective. Clinical trials aim to find better ways to prevent, screen, diagnose or treat a disease or condition. They may offer a new choice for patients who have not had success with other treatments.…more

It’s Time to Talk About Overactive Bladder (OAB)

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 24 Apr 2019

You may be struggling with urinary symptoms and think overactive bladder (OAB) is the cause. Or, your health care provider may have already told you that you have OAB. Either option, this site will give you the tools and information to help you understand and better manage your condition.…more

Exploring the Myths and Facts of Low Testosterone

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 10 Apr 2019

Low testosterone can develop at any age for a number of reasons. As you get older, your testes naturally begin to produce less testosterone than they did when you were a teenager. But that does not mean you have low testosterone.…more

Kegel and Pelvic Floor Exercises

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 01 Apr 2019

Kegel exercises, also known as pelvic floor muscle training, are designed to strengthen pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor muscles hold up your bladder. They also support the uterus and bowel (large intestine). Kegel exercises can help men and women who have problems leaking urine or stool (feces). …more

How Multiple Sclerosis Impacts Bladder Health

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 27 Mar 2019

Bladder health issues are very common and there are a number of treatments available. Many bladder conditions can be handled through simple lifestyle changes, behavior modifications, medication, bladder retraining or surgery. Patients with diseases that affect the nervous system, such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS) may also be at risk for bladder issues that affect urination.…more

When Kids Get Kidney Stones

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 13 Mar 2019

March is National Kidney Month. It's an important time of year for raising awareness on kidney health. Many folks may not be informed about the role kidneys play in their overall health. As part of our effort to raise educational awareness, we recently explored "kidney stones in children" on our Urology Care Podcast. …more

Pediatric Urology - Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Care

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 27 Feb 2019

When a patient moves from one medical team to another, it's called "Transitional Care". The goal is for a patient to have a smooth change, with full access to care at all times. With pediatric urology, children will one day grow too old for their pediatric urologist. They will benefit from the care of an adult urologist. …more

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and your Heart Health

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 13 Feb 2019

February is American Heart Month. What many folks may not be aware of is that Erectile Dysfunction (ED) may be an early sign of heart disease in men. In addition to heart disease, ED can also happen as an early warning of other serious health issues.…more

What is a Urethral Stricture?

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 23 Jan 2019

In a recent episode of the Urology Care Podcast, Dr. Rajiv K Singal sat down with us for a chat about urethral stricture disease. Stricture (narrowing of the urethra) can happen at any point from the bladder to the tip of the penis. This narrowing restricts or slows the flow of urine in. …more

Top 10 Foundation Tweets of 2018

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 09 Jan 2019

It's that time of year again where we recap the best tweets of last year! 2018 was another stellar year for the Urology Care Foundation, and its mission.…more

Five “Bladder Friendly” Recipes to Enjoy this Holiday Season

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 13 Dec 2017

Take advantage of the extra time you spend inside this winter and make some tasty meals that won’t bother a sensitive bladder. We've got some great ideas for festive and tasty treats this holiday season. …more

Crucial Facts on Bladder Cancer: Supplements and Lifestyle

By: Mark A. Moyad, MD, MPH | Posted on: 22 Nov 2017

This year it’s predicted there will be nearly 80,000 new cases of Bladder Cancer diagnosed in America. With November being Bladder Health Awareness Month, it’s a great time to brush up on some facts about this condition.…more

Six Healthy Tips for Bladder Health Month

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 08 Nov 2017

There are simple steps you can take to help keep your bladder healthy. November is Bladder Health Month and this is the perfect time to get the facts about these issues. Here are six simple tips that could help you improve or maintain your bladder’s health. …more

Six Peyronie’s Disease Signs That You Shouldn’t Ignore

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 25 Oct 2017

The sooner that someone with Peyronie’s disease sees a doctor, the better the chances for good outcomes. Here are six potential signs of Peyronie’s disease that you should speak up about.…more

“Urology Friendly” Fall Recipes You Need to Know About

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 11 Oct 2017

You don't have to be a master chef to make some of the tastiest and healthiest fall treats. There are plenty of simple "urology friendly" recipes with a fall theme to take advantage of this season!…more

Take Advantage of these Crucial Interstitial Cystitis Resources

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 27 Sep 2017

September is Interstitial Cystitis (IC) Awareness Month. IC is a chronic bladder health issue. If you or someone you know has IC, they may want to read the following resources as part of the Foundation's IC patient education materials.…more

What to Know as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month Hits Full Stride

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 13 Sep 2017

As part of Foundation activities during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, four new episodes of the Urology Care Podcast will be released in September. The first podcast episode released earlier this month is an interview with prostate cancer expert and surgeon Dr. Scott Eggener.…more

Crucial Advice to Help Reduce the Risk and Growth of BPH

By: Mark A. Moyad, MD, MPH | Posted on: 23 Aug 2017

What kind of cruel joke is nature playing on us men? As we age, everything with our bodies seems to get smaller (or shorter) except for our stomachs and prostate gland! I believe the most successful BPH supplements work by lowering cholesterol, which improves your heart health. …more

Benefits of Walking and Eating Right

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 18 Aug 2017

More people than ever are keeping healthy through walking, in part due to the popularity of activity trackers such as Fitbits. It's well known walking benefits the heart by lowering your risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, and keeping your weight in check. Now new research finds walking may be good for the prostate, too.…more

Pro Football Legend Shares His Prostate Cancer Story at Hall of Fame

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 09 Aug 2017

Prostate cancer survivor and Know Your Stats spokesman, Mike Haynes, traveled back to the site of his 1997 Hall of Fame induction to share his prostate cancer journey with fans, friends and National Football League (NFL) alumni.…more

Avoid a UTI as the Summer Heats Up

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 26 Jul 2017

The summer months of June, July and August can increase your risk for getting a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). Men, women and children can get UTIs, but women are four times more likely than men to get one. Most UTIs are not dangerous and can be treated with medicine.…more

Tips for Dealing with OAB on Summer Trips

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 12 Jul 2017

The summer is a great time of year to travel, but you may not have direct access to a bathroom when you are on the road or in a town you are not familiar with. If you have Overactive Bladder (OAB), the thought of looking for a bathroom in a new town might make you nervous. But with a little planning before you leave, you can feel more at ease while away from home. …more

Get the Facts on Diabetes and Urology Health during Men’s Health Month

By: Casey Callanan | Posted on: 21 Jun 2017

I recently sat down with Dr. Bruce Redmon for a new episode of the Urology Care Podcast on diabetes. While diabetes affects both men and women, it felt right to engage in a long-form talk on how to prevent diabetes during National Men's Health Month. …more

Introducing the Urology Care Podcast

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 14 Jun 2017

The Urology Care Foundation has teamed up with some of the top health care experts in the world, urology patients from all walks of life and other exciting personalities to keep people in-touch with crucial facts on urology and healthy living.…more

May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 24 May 2017

As the weather starts to warm up and we approach summer, it's a time to raise extra awareness and promote facts about Bladder Cancer.…more

Joe Conaway's Bladder Cancer Journey

By: Julie Owings | Posted on: 10 May 2017

Joe is happy to be back playing his weekly round of golf again. A year ago, he wasn't sure if that would be possible. He was diagnosed with Stage 3 bladder cancer which had already spread into the nearby muscles. …more

Try These “Fertility-Friendly” Recipes This Spring

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 26 Apr 2017

Signs of life are budding all around us as we enter the heart of springtime. The season of spring represents fertility, renewal, rebirth, and the shedding of old patterns to make way for the new. Here are three easy-to-make, fertility-boosting recipes that include lots of fresh vegetables.…more

Know These 4 Common Signs of Testicular Cancer

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 12 Apr 2017

Every April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. It's a time of year to raise extra awareness and promote facts about this common cancer in young men around the world. Education and early detection is a key factor to surviving testicular cancer. …more

How Vasectomy Compares to Other Forms of Birth Control

By: Dr. Parviz Kavoussi | Posted on: 22 Mar 2017

There are many reasons for why a man may choose a vasectomy for birth control. Factors, such as cost, effectiveness, benefits and possible side effects may all play a role. …more

March is National Kidney Month

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 08 Mar 2017

March is National Kidney Month. It's a time to raise awareness about kidney health. It's also a time to share facts about ways to keep your kidneys happy and healthy. 1 in 3 Americans is at risk for kidney disease. …more

Free Infographics Available to Help Spread Urology Health Facts

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 22 Feb 2017

One of the ways we spread facts about urology health is through infographics. Infographics show information and data in a quick, clear and visual way. They often improve someone's understanding of a topic by using graphics to show patterns, trends and other facts. …more

Team Know Your Stats Visits Super Bowl LI to Raise Awareness

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 08 Feb 2017

The Know Your Stats about Prostate Cancer team visited Super Bowl LI in Houston to raise prostate cancer awareness with fans around the world. Spokesman Mike Haynes and Dr. Edward Schaeffer met with media outlets covering the game to spread facts on this disease. …more

New Videos to Help Spread Facts on Urology Health Issues

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 25 Jan 2017

The Urology Care Foundation plays a major role in getting the word out about urologic issues. Talking to your doctor (as soon as you can) is often crucial when it comes to dealing with urology health issues. Lately, the group of videos to go with this education has grown. …more

Top 5 Urology Care Foundation Tweets of 2016

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 04 Jan 2017

2016 was an exciting year for the Urology Care Foundation! Reaching people through Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram was a great way to help share stories of urology, health and education. Here are our 5 most popular Tweets from 2016: …more

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