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The Urology Nerds are Back! This Time They’re Talking Steroids

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 17 Aug 2015

The urology nerds are back with some crucial men’s health advice. The video web series “Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer” from Path2Parenthood includes three urologists who volunteer with the Urology Care Foundation. Their first episode about Testicular Cancer Awareness was featured on our CareBlog last month.…more

Urology Care Foundation Award Competitions Now Open for Urologic Research

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 10 Aug 2015

The Urology Care Foundation is pleased to announce that the competitions are now open for Rising Stars in Urology Research Awards and Research Scholar Awards! Applications are due in early September.…more

New Videos on Overactive Bladder

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 06 Aug 2015

Overactive bladder (OAB) is a condition affecting millions of people. OAB negatively impacts people’s quality of life and can keep people from leaving the house and exercising. As part of the “It’s Time to Talk about OAB” campaign, the Foundation has taken an active role in educating the public about overactive bladder. …more

Urology “Nerds” Talk Testicular Cancer Awareness

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 06 Jul 2015

Most young men aren’t thinking about how to increase their chances of living a cancer-free life. Testicular Cancer is the most common cancer in young men between the ages of 15 and 35. In the first episode of “Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer,” the panel talks about Testicular Cancer.…more

A Wonderful Legacy Gift

By: Wendy K. Taylor | Posted on: 01 Jul 2015

Adam Tigelman was born in Akron, Ohio on September 3, 1925. Like many young men in those times, he left school at the age of 17 to join the U.S. Navy at the start of World War II. He proudly served in various theaters throughout the war, eventually retiring from the Navy in 1967 as a Chief Petty Officer.…more

Public Education Council Meets at 2015 Annual Meeting

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 17 May 2015

The Foundation’s Public Education Council will meet today during AUA’s 2015 Annual Meeting. The Council acts as the Foundation’s medical and science experts. They set standards for patient education. …more

Foundation Releases Lineup of Kidney Stones Patient Education at AUA2015

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 16 May 2015

Four new Kidney Stones patient education materials will be published at the AUA 2015 Annual Meeting. 14,000 health care providers, researchers and other members of the urology community attend this meeting every year.…more

Foundation Board of Directors Gathers Today at AUA’s Annual Meeting

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 15 May 2015

The Urology Care Foundation’s Board of Directors meets today at the 2015 AUA Annual Meeting. As the official foundation of the American Urological Association, the board oversees the direction of the Foundation and ensures the advancement of urologic research and education.…more

Foundation Celebrates Inaugural Care Gala

By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 12 May 2015

The Urology Care Foundation is excited to announce its inaugural Care Gala on Friday, May 15, 2015 at the The National World War II Museum in New Orleans. The celebration is a fundraiser that will provide resources to provide awareness and funding for urology research and education to improve patients' lives.…more

Urology Care Foundation Hosts Patient Groups at AUA’s 2015 Annual Meeting

By: | Posted on: 09 Apr 2015

Urologic health providers must work together to make the biggest impact in patients' lives. That's why the Foundation hosts the "The Hub" at every AUA Annual Meeting. This year's meeting takes place in New Orleans where nearly 20 different patient advocate groups will meet. Their goal is to raise awareness and provide patient services for urologic issues.…more

Shooting Straight After Vasectomy Reversal

By: Paul Turek, MD | Posted on: 01 Apr 2015

What we do for love! You had a vasectomy knowing that, without a doubt, more kids were not a part of your future. Yet now, here you are, looking to have more rug rats. And this comes right after spending gobs of time and money sorting out the four C's of the diamond ring thing.…more

Welcome to the New UrologyHealth extra® Magazine

By: | Posted on: 31 Mar 2015

To better tell the stories of health and urology, we are rolling out a new version of our magazine, UrologyHealth extra®. Released four times a year, it keeps readers like you up to date on the latest urologic health issues. The makeover has a fresh new look with striking photos and easy to read stories.…more

40 Years of Research Scholars Leads to Major Benefits for Patients

By: | Posted on: 27 Feb 2015

The Research Scholars Award is the Urology Care Foundation's oldest and largest program. The fist award was given at a time when there wasn't much research on male infertility. When Dr. Larry Lipshultz became the first Foundation Research Scholar 40 years ago, he set out to find out why.…more

Stay Loose to Keep Hard

By: Paul Turek, MD | Posted on: 16 Feb 2015

Have you ever lost your wood when you wanted it most? Be honest. NEVER? Well then, you obviously haven’t lived through the slings and arrows of infertility.…more

Give for 40 More

By: Wendy Taylor | Posted on: 31 Jan 2015

For 40 years, the Urology Care Foundation has been nurturing the future of urological medicine and research. For hundreds of young men and women, our Research Scholars Awards Program provided the funding opportunity that launched their successful careers as urology researchers.…more

How To Keep Your Prostate Happy

By: Paul Turek, MD | Posted on: 02 Sep 2014

Name a gland in the male body that is essential for fertility but not for erections, and just happens to enlarge, rather than shrink, with age. That's right, the prostate.…more

A Dozen Ways to Healthy Sperm

By: Paul Turek, MD | Posted on: 03 Mar 2014

So, how do you make your sperm as healthy and fit as they can be? Well, the body makes sperm, so anything that effects overall health can affect sperm!…more