Summer is on its way. Staying hydrated is key to good health, particularly for your urinary tract.
New guidelines say YES to proven PAC ingredient and NO to d-mannose and others, citing proven non-antibiotic benefit for UTI prevention.
Just pee after sex. Really?
Spring clean your health
It can mean a lot of different things, but mostly it’s taking care of your physical and mental well-being. Focus on less, but with more intention.
Antibiotics are a must for treatment! But for UTI prevention, think twice.
You’re obviously already doing that and still suffering from painful UTIs.
Vaginal health and urinary tract infections (UTIs) - What's the connection?
Lose weight, run more, eat less, etc. We all make the same New Year’s resolutions, afterall the change in calendar year is a great opportunity to set new goals. They may soon fade, but how about making simple changes in life that help us get through every day with less stress and more positivity.
From ‘ho–ho’ to ‘uh-oh’. The holidays are stressful enough without your bladder getting in the way. Tips for keeping urinary tract in check (and UTIs away)