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6 Myths About Urinary Incontinence in Women

There are several misconceptions about urinary incontinence in women, including that it’s a condition without effective treatment options. The facts are more hopeful. Here’s what you should know. You may have heard these myths about urinary incontinence: It’s caused by the size of your bladder, or, it’s just a part of aging. The facts about

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7 Things to Know About Prostate Cancer

From warning signs of prostate cancer to how your diet influences your risk, find out some fast facts about this common cancer. If you’re a man approaching middle age or older, chances are you’re aware you should be screened for prostate cancer. But how much do you know about prostate cancer? Here are some important

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5 Reasons You Might Have Flank Pain

If it hurts in your mid-back region on either side of your body, it could be a pulled muscle — or something more serious. Back pain is common, with as many as eight in 10 people experiencing it at some point in their lives. But what does it mean if you’re having a specific type

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10 Surprising Facts About Kidney Stones

Do you know which part of the country is nicknamed the “Stone Belt”? Find out this and other fascinating facts about these mineral deposits formed by the human body. You may have heard the oft-cited factoid that kidney stones are as painful as childbirth, but do you know what kidney stones are made of or

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Meet Evgeniy I. Kreydin, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Urology

Evgeniy I. Kreydin, MD, is a urologist at Keck Medicine of USC who specializes in female pelvic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Kreydin treats functional problems of the pelvic floor, including urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, pelvic organ prolapse, urinary fistula, fecal incontinence and bladder dysfunction due to brain and spinal cord injury. Here's what you won’t

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Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Kidney Stones

You’ve probably heard that passing a kidney stone can be very painful, but you might not know exactly what they are or how to avoid one in the first place. Kidney stones — and passing a kidney stone, in particular — are notorious for being painful. They’re also surprisingly common. In fact, 11% of men

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Your Body at 70

Look around at your friends in the silver fitness class or on the bike path. Check out who’s consulting at your workplace or offering coaching services in the community.

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Your Body at 50

Your 50s might bring some changes in your body — here’s how to handle what’s in store. We’ve all heard that 50 is the new 40.

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What Women Need to Know About Urine Leaks

Uniquely female experiences, like pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause, contribute to this very common problem. Few things are more uncomfortable than having to use the bathroom when there’s not a bathroom in sight.

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