Men with large waists urinate more frequently than their slimmer counterparts, according to research in the August issue of the urology journal BJUI. Researchers from Weill Medical College, Cornell University, New York, found that men with waists measuring cm plus reported up to three times more urinary problems than men with waists of 90cm or less. They also found that larger waist measurements were associated with a greater prevalence of high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and erection and ejaculation problems. However, emerging data now suggest that metabolic syndrome may have a hereto unrecognised effect on how often men urinate. Our study sought to examine the relationship between men's waist measurements and how often they urinate. The researchers studied consecutive men aged from 40 to 91 with moderate or severe lower urinary tract symptoms LUTS who presented to the Institute for Bladder and Prostate Health at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University over a two-and-a-half year period.
Men with large waists face an increased risk of frequent urination
Men with large waists face an increased risk of frequent urination -- ScienceDaily
I f you use a urinal or stand when you use the toilet, pee splashes back on you. If you share a bathroom with someone who stands when he pees, a fine layer of pee covers your bathroom floor. When men urinate standing up, pee ricochets off the porcelain beyond the toilet or urinal. Women want a way to keep the toilet and bathroom floor free of splashing urine, and so does Mrs. Instead she recommends the same solution she has settled on in her home: towels.
Protesters damage 'sexist' open-air urinals in Paris
Feminist protesters have begun vandalising the new open-air street urinals in Paris, labelling them sexist and discriminatory. Notes left behind attacked Paris authorities for encouraging men to unzip and relieve themselves without cover in open public spaces — even though public breastfeeding still elicits scorn. Police are investigating. No group has claimed responsibility, but the feminist protest group Femen denied involvement. Without stalls or cover, the five experimental sites carry prominent signs showing a man proudly relieving himself in public.
A female urination device , female urination aid , or stand-to-pee device STP is a device which aids a woman or girl to urinate while standing upright. Variations include basic disposable funnels to more elaborate reusable designs. Female urination devices have increased in popularity since the s.