You've heard of them, you've probably even used them, but do you really know what Kegels are & why they matter? Get answers from our pelvic medicine expert Jennifer Dillman, NP.
Anisometropia is a condition where one eye has significantly better vision than the other. That difference puts strain on the brain and can cause bad headaches. Watch Evan Kaufman, OD, explain this condition.
Almost two dozen eligible patients die each day waiting for the right organ to become available. The only way to overcome the organ shortage is to encourage more people to become organ donors.
Alex Trebek's chances with stage 4 pancreatic cancer aren't good. But UVA has hope in the form of precision medicine & early detection. Todd Bauer, MD, explains.
Our society views women as hormonal creatures, but hormones affect men just as much. Find out the symptoms and health issues low testosterone can cause and what you can do about it.
Approximately one in nine men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. Fortunately, there are now more treatment options available than ever before for early-stage disease.
Always on the go? Recent studies suggest that Botox injections are safe and effective for the treatment of overactive bladder.
The telestroke program at UVA recently treated its 1000th patient. Telestroke uses telemedicine to treat patients virtually. Watch the video to learn more.
More patients are eligible for organ transplantation than ever before. If you've been told you're not a candidate, it may be time to seek a second opinion at UVA.
Most shoulder injuries result from ordinary wear and tear. Dr. Brockmeier, orthopedic surgeon, explains the most common types of injuries he treats with joint replacement surgery.