Keeping It Up: The Science of Erections

For many men, getting an erection is as simple as breathing. But it's an incredibly complex process involving a precise sequence of psychological and physiological events that can easily go wrong. Here's how erections work — and how science is helping millions of men keep it up. » 1/20/14 11:03am 1/20/14 11:03am

How to injure your genitals like an American

From a recent issue of the Journal of Urology comes a list that's guaranteed to make you wince: a ranking of consumer products most commonly associated with genitourinary injuries and emergency room visits in the United States. » 12/11/12 6:40am 12/11/12 6:40am

An Eyewitness Account Of The Most Awkward Urology Lecture Ever

At the 1983 Urodynamics Society conference in Las Vegas, pioneering urologist Sir Giles Skey Brindley delivered what was singularly the most uncomfortable lecture in the history of academia. What began as a presentation on the treatment of erectile dysfunction quickly transformed into an unwanted session of… » 1/16/12 1:30pm 1/16/12 1:30pm