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Part 2: Caroline Rhea and Dr. Mueller on OAB Concerns

4 Reasons Women Don’t Tell Doctors About Their Bladder Problems

Caroline Rhea, comedian/activist, and Elizabeth R. Mueller, MD, explain 4 reasons why so many women are hesitant to discuss the possibility of overactive bladder with their...
All students living in dorms are required by law to receive a meningitis A and meningitis C vaccine, but until now a meningitis B vaccine has not existed in the United States. USA Today reports that the meningitis B vaccine, Bexsero, now approved only in Europe and Australia, may be approved for use by the...
The Huffington Post reports that the metal tungsten, often found in electronic devices, is associated with higher risk of stroke. A study published in PLoS ONE examined urinary tungsten concentrations of 8,614 people between ages 18 and 74 who were part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination...