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Urinary Health

The Latest Articles About Urinary Health


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Beginner’s Guide to the Low-Oxalate Diet

Oxalate is a naturally occurring substance found in plants and animals. It is found in certain foods that you eat and is also made in your body. Most people do not need to be concerned about the oxalate in their …

Pregnant women are at increased risk for a UTI – especially during the early weeks of pregnancy. Here are 5 things to know about your urinary tract health during pregnancy.

Urinary Tract Health in Pregnancy: 5 Things You Should Know

In the US, many women will experience a urinary health concern at least once in their lifetime. In fact, women are more likely than men to have a urinary concern, as bacteria can more easily reach the bladder due to the shorter length of the urethra in women. The urethra carries …

The loss of bladder control can prevent you from taking part in activities you enjoy. Theralogix’s Balanced Living Blog discusses how you can improve your bladder control so that you can take back control in your life.

Understanding Bladder Health: What You Need To Know

You probably don’t think much about your bladder. That is, of course, until it stops working properly. Issues such as painful urination or bladder control loss, known as urinary incontinence (UI), can catch you by surprise.  Loss of bladder control …

UTIs are the most common bacterial infection in women. This blog by Theralogix discusses why postmenopausal women are at increased risk for getting a UTI.

Keeping Your Urinary Tract Healthy After Menopause

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are the most common bacterial infection in women. When bacteria enter the urethra and then the bladder, this can cause an infection. UTIs can be a chronic problem, especially for postmenopausal women.

This article discusses the …

Specific foods or diets can help you reduce your risk of kidney stones. This blog by Theralogix provides foods you should avoid, and foods that inhibit kidney stones from forming.

Kidney Stones and Nutrition: How to Reduce Your Risk

Did you know that the formation of kidney stones and nutrition go hand-in-hand? Your diet and specific nutrients play a role in decreasing the risk of kidney stone formation.

Kidney stones form when substances (such as calcium, oxalate, and phosphorus

Many of us enjoy a cold glass of cranberry juice. However, few of us know the multitude of facts and benefits of the delicious fruit. This blog by Theralogix, provides readers with interesting facts about cranberries.

Top 6 Interesting Facts About Cranberries

Whether it is a cold glass of cranberry juice, a handful of dried cranberries or a dish of cranberry sauce to pass at your family dinner, cranberries pop up often in our lives. We know that this burgundy-hued fruit is …