If you’ve had a urinary tract infection before, you know the drill. First, you feel pain and burning when you pee. You head to the doctor, who takes a urine sample and sends it out for a culture. If the results come back positive, you take an antibiotic to fight the bug. But what if you could get better without the drugs—and the side effects, costs, and risks of antibiotic resistance that come with them? Read the full article in Prevention News.