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Are UTI’s Getting Harder to Treat?Are UTI’s Getting Harder to Treat?

Over prescription of antibiotics for infections has been a continuous issue in the healthcare community, even after the CDC declared antibiotic resistance as a serious health threat in the last few years. Researchers have called for a further intervention to stop unnecessary use of antibiotics, who are not likely to benefit from taking them. Treating these cases with […]

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Education, Health, Lifestyle, Masculinity, Other Cancers, Prostate, Sex, testosterone, Well-being

7 Reasons Your PSA May Be Elevated

Prostate cancer An elevated PSA could indicate prostate cancer. If you have an elevated PSA, your doctor will also do a digital rectal exam to see if there are any suspicious lumps present on the prostate gland. If they suspect prostate cancer, a prostate biopsy will be recommended. It’s also important to monitor any changes […]

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Education, Health, Lifestyle, Prostate, Sex, STDs, Well-being

UTIs in men

A UTI, or urinary tract infection, is an infection in any part of your urinary tract. A UTI can infect your kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. However, most UTIs affect the bladder and the urethra. It’s important to know the facts about UTIs because if left untreated, you can suffer from serious complications if the […]

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Education, Well-being

What You Need To Know About Catheter Infections

One of the most common infections a person can contract in a hospital is a catheter-associated urinary tract infection. These type of infections are usually cause by an indwelling catheter (indwelling meaning “inside your body”.) An indwelling catheter drains urine from your bladder into a bad secured outside the body. People typically have these types […]

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