New Food Pyramid for Kidney Disease Patients

by |  April 9th, 2015

Italians have “refashioned” the food pyramid. Renal & Urology News recently reported that researchers at the University of Pisa (Italy) tailored the traditional version to include phosphorous foods addressing the dietary needs of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and dialysis patients. Those suffering from CKD, or a mineral and bone disorder (MBD), are advised to limit
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Protect Your Kidneys: It’s National Kidney Month

by |  March 18th, 2015

March is National Kidney Month and is sponsored by the National Kidney Foundation (NKF). Kidney disease affects people of all ages, even children; however those who are of African-American descent and/or suffering from diabetes are thought to be especially at risk. Urology Austin treats many kidney conditions such as chronic kidney disease, kidney stones, kidney
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Vasectomies and March Madness

by |  March 10th, 2015

Like hot wings and football, vasectomies and March Madness often go hand in hand. About this time of year, urologists nationwide see an increase in the number of vasectomy procedures scheduled before the NCAA’s annual March Madness basketball tournament. A vasectomy is when an urologist cuts the vas deferens preventing sperm from mixing with and
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Intimacy Obstacles on Valentine’s Day

by |  February 11th, 2015
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Has Cupid left the bedroom because of your incontinence, ED (erectile dysfunction), or Low T (low testosterone)? While these may seem like embarrassing issues, they are more common than you think. Find out if your symptoms are likely indicators of these conditions, and what treatments exist so they don’t ruin your romance on Valentine’s Day!
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ED vs. Low T…do you know the difference?

by |  February 6th, 2015
Low T vs ED

ED (erectile dysfunction) and Low T (low testosterone) are both common issues affecting millions of men today. Even though they share similar symptoms, they are actually two separate conditions. ED is defined by the inability of a man to attain and/or maintain an erection sufficient for intercourse. Low T means the testicles are not producing
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