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TUESDAY, April 16, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Adults aren't the only ones susceptible to urinary tract infections, or UTIs. They can occur in kids, even infants, if bacteria get into the urinary tract, often from the bowel.

Any child can get a UTI. But some kids are more prone than others, and girls get them more often than boys.

A UTI doesn't always cause symptoms, and a very...

MONDAY, Nov. 12, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- If your urinary tract infection isn't responding to antibiotics, you could be headed for a fast relapse, researchers say.

In a new study of 151 adults with antibiotic-resistant UTIs, investigators found that these patients were more likely to have a relapse within a week and were more likely to be prescribed an incorrect antibiotic than a com...

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 22, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Many people with spinal cord injuries suffer the loss of bladder control, but a small new study shows that stimulation of the lower spine might help them regain some of that control.

The study included five male patients. For four months, they received 15 minutes a week of noninvasive, painless lower spinal cord stimulation conducted throu...

TUESDAY, Aug. 1, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists have some interesting news about Zika: You're unlikely to get the virus from kissing or sharing utensils with someone.

A new study with monkeys suggests that Zika doesn't appear to be transmitted through saliva.

"If passing the virus by casual contact were easy, I think we would see a lot more of what we would call seconda...

TUESDAY, April 25, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Snot, phlegm and other forms of mucus may not be everyone's favorite subject, but scientists say synthetic mucus might help save lives.

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology said the lab-made goo could help combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

By replicating mucus' natural ability to control dangerous bacteria, ...

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What is urinary incontinence? Urinary incontinence occurs when you've lost some control over your bladder and can't help passing urine. This may happen because the surrounding muscles in your pelvic floor are weak, or because your bladder and other organs sag. It can also result from overactive bladder muscles or from weakness in the ring of muscles that holds the bladder closed. If you suffer fr...

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