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Urinary Tract Infection

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Does Coffee Help You Live Longer?

July 28, 2012 Posted by Editor

A new HealthBeat message from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) features a recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, finding that “Coffee drinkers have a lower risk of dying from heart disease, . . . → Read More: Does Coffee Help You Live Longer?

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Cranberry Products Do Help Prevent Urinary Tract Infections, New Study Suggests

July 11, 2012 Posted by Editor

According to a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, a journal of the American Medical Association, use of cranberry-containing products (especially cranberry juice) does appear to help prevent urinary tract infections in some individuals — particularly . . . → Read More: Cranberry Products Do Help Prevent Urinary Tract Infections, New Study Suggests

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Private Hospital ICU Rooms Found to Reduce Infection Rate Significantly

January 11, 2011 Posted by Editor

Patients in Hospital Intensive Care Units (ICU) often acquire infections, imposing a heavy human and financial burden. A new study published January 10, 2011 in the Archives of Internal Medicine found and documented that private rooms in hospital intensive . . . → Read More: Private Hospital ICU Rooms Found to Reduce Infection Rate Significantly

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  • E. Coli from Infected Poultry can Cause Urinary Tract Infection
    bHighlights/b: ul class="group-list punch-points"liContaminated retail poultry products have been detected to have the same iE. Coli/i strain as humans who are sick with urinary tract infections (UTIs)/liliThe findings prove thati E. coli/i from infected poultry can cause UTIs in humans/liliMore stringent practices on testing and cooking poultry mi […]
  • Ibuprofen 'Not' Safe for Treating Simple Urinary Tract Infection
    Ibuprofen, a commonly used painkiller is given to women suffering from uncomplicated urinary tract infection (cystitis). However, it was found to be unsafe, as it can lead to longer duration of symptoms and increases the risk of developing a severe upper urinary tract infection. Various studies have suggested that treatment with non-steroidal anti-inflammato […]
  • Endometriosis may be Associated With Bladder Pain Syndrome/interstitial Cystitis
    New study demonstrates the link between endometriosis and a subsequent diagnosis of bladder pain syndrome/interstitial cystitis (BPS/IC). The study is published in the journal iNeurology (and) Urodynamics/i. In the study of 9191 individuals with endometriosis and 27,573 people randomly selected as controls, incidences of BPS/IC during three years of follow-u […]
  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Risk Reduced by Drinking Water
    bUrinary tract infection (UTI)/b is common among women because the urethra is shorter than that of men. Recent research found that bdrinking plenty of water/b reduces the risk of urinary tract infection among women. The study found women at risk of UTIs who increased their water intake by about that much water every day were nearly half as likely to get UTIs […]
  • New Possible Treatment For Urinary Tract Infection
    Escherichia coli (E. coli) bacteria feed on copper in the body and causes urinary tract infections. Copper has long been known for its ability to kill bacteria and other microbes. But in an interesting twist, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have shown that E. coli bacteria hijack trace amounts of copper in the body and us […]

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