According to Harvard Medical School, approximately 19% of men and 9% of women will experience a kidney stone by age 70. If you have never experienced the excruciating pain of passing a kidney stone, consider yourself to be very lucky. … Continue reading
Let’s set the record straight right from the beginning, your urine should be pale yellow and clear. Anything else, take note.
The color, density and scent of your urine can reveal a lot about your health. While a lot of urine changes are caused by nothing more than dehydration or medications, some urine changes can be caused by a serious, underlying … Continue reading