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Urinary Health

The Latest Articles About Urinary Health


Learn the truth about cranberry and uti prevention in Theralogix’s article, “5 Myths About Cranberry and UTI Prevention”.

4 Myths About Cranberry and Urinary Tract Health

The subject of cranberry and urinary tract health is often in the news. There are often confusing reports about cranberry’s effectiveness at keeping your urinary tract health In this article, we set the record straight on five myths about

UTIs in children

Urinary Health in Children: What You Need to Know

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are the most common reason why children might need to see a urologist.  UTIs in children are caused when bacteria from the colon and rectal area enter the urethra, the tube that carries urine out of

interesting facts about cranberries

Top 6 Interesting Facts About Cranberries

Whether it’s 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 nutritious. …

recurrent UTI prevention

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.

In this article, we …

The benefits of cranberry on UTIs are often debated. This article by Theralogix will help answer some important questions about cranberries and UTIs.

Cranberry: A Beginner’s Guide

Cranberries and urinary tract health are often in the news, with both positive and negative reports.  Headlines have ranged from “Cranberry Juice does not Help” to “Cranberry juice Does Help.”  Cranberry controversy abounds. 

So, what is the real

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 certain nutrients play a role in decreasing the risk of kidney stone formation.

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