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Tips for Staying Comfortable with Incontinence during the Holidays

  We are closing in on Christmas and New Year’s, which means many people will be traveling or hosting relatives over the next two weeks. Travel and/or hosting over the holidays can be tough enough if you are feeling healthy. However, if you suffer from a chronic condition, like urinary incontinence, the holidays can be especially stressful. We wanted to take a second and talk about things you can do to mitigate the effects of your condition.   First off, you should know that you are not alone. We understand that urinary incontinence might feel like a solitary disorder. However,… Read More

Five Tips You Should Keep in Mind for Better Bladder Health

  Did you know that two of the most common problems that affect people concern the bladder? As November is Bladder Health Month, we thought it would be a good idea to talk about urinary incontinence and overactive bladder. Although bladder issues aren’t usually on the forefront of most people’s minds, when they do occur, they can greatly affect day-to-day life. Luckily, there are things you can do to reduce your risk of having a bladder issue.   How Prevalent Are Bladder Issues?   According to the Urology Care Foundation, more than 25 million people in the United States are… Read More

Shop Online for Your Baby Diapers to Save Your Time, Money, and Perhaps Your Sanity

    How can you tell a new parent in a crowd? He or she will be the one yawning with an extra-large coffee in hand. Even if a new parent has good time management skills, there will inevitably be things out of his or her control. If the baby wakes up at two in morning crying, that’s not something that you can leave for the morning.   In time, most new parents get the hang of it and are able to manage the responsibilities of parenting. Many of them will discover shortcuts and ways to manage their time better…. Read More

September is World Alzheimer’s Month

Every September, the world is involved in an international campaign known as World Alzheimer’s Month. It is meant to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease and challenge the stigma surrounding dementia. As few as one in every 10 individuals living with dementia in low and middle income countries receive a diagnosis, according to Alzheimer’s Disease International. If a diagnosis of dementia is made early enough, those with the disease and their families can be better equipped to cope with the course of the condition. Early detection also allows those suffering from dementia to sometimes live more meaningful and productive lives. Those… Read More

Managing Urinary Incontinence after Prostate Cancer Treatment

  Nobody wants to hear a cancer diagnosis, but not every diagnosis is a death sentence. As our understanding of how cancer works improves and researchers come up with more breakthroughs in cancer treatments, more and more people will live with and/or defeat cancer.   What Should You Know about Prostate Cancer?   After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the second-most diagnosed cancer in men. The prostate is a very small size organ (about the size of a walnut), but it serves a variety of functions in the in the male reproductive system.   Although men do die from prostate… Read More

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