Around a third of people catheterized will develop bacteria in their urine, and a quarter will develop symptoms of a catheter-associated UTI.
Many people – especially women – experience UTIs regularly, but they're ignored in education and forgotten about in media.
Folk remedy or nonsense? Scientists are leaning toward the latter.
According to new research from Yale School of Medicine, cranberries, cranberry juice, and all associated cranberry products probably won’t do shit for your urinary tract infection.
One of the most common infections could be treated with alternative methods.
"I don’t care how hot it is, Seattle will never be a thong town!"