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Winter Afternoon Tea

Many of the classic winter drinks like coffee au lait and hot chocolate or mocha varieties are not good on the bladder and kidneys. So the big question often asked is what are the best alternative options. Best news is that hot water is very good at helping the...

Save Salt For The Sidewalks!

Although our body needs some sodium to function properly, sodium in excess is not good. Sodium helps maintain the right balance of fluids in your body. It helps transmit nerve impulses, and also influence the contraction and relaxation on muscles. Your kidneys...

Women & Overactive Bladders

Many think of urology in the context of men, but women face urinary health challenges, too. In fact, millions of women face the challenge of an overactive bladder each year in the U.S. About 40% of all women in the U.S. live with Overactive Bladder symptoms. There are...

Get To Know Dr. John Blankenship

“Physicians today are pioneering new ways to diagnose, assess and treat patients that is moving healthcare forward… along with wellness and recovery.” Many Uind it hard to believe that Dr. Blankenship takes time out of his schedule to get on top of a tractor and...

Your PC Muscles & The Kegel Exercise

We all hear about the weight lifters, joggers and mall walkers, but few have heard of friends and peers doing their regular Kegel exercises. The Kegel exercise works with the pubococcygeus muscle – or PC muscle – that is a “hammock- like” muscle found in both males...