Incontinence Products for Women

There’s no way around it: Loss of bladder control is no fun. But you can manage urinary incontinence. There are dozens of incontinence products designed to help women  control mild, moderate, and severe symptoms. One of them could help you get out and be active again. Incontinence Products for Women That Help You Through the…

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Washable Incontinence Pads

How Many Times You can Reuse? There is slew of pads in the market today from major name brands to new one coming on to the market. The top 3 categories among them are as follows, Reusable, Washable, Disposables, Fannypants Incontinence SMARTPADS: Fannypants is marketing an innovative brand of new incontinence pads for men and…

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Urinary Incontinence in Women

According to the National Association of Incontinence, over 25 million people in U.S.A. experience incontinence. One in three women experiences urinary incontinence. Typical health problems Statistically, the most common urinary incontinence for women is stress incontinence. That means weak pelvic floor muscles, followed by lack of bladder control, resulting in frequent trips to the bathrooms.…

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National Aviation Day: August 19, 2015

What is National Aviation Day? Each year on August 19 in the United States we celebrate National Aviation Day to observe the history and development of aviation. The holiday was established in 1939 by Franklin Delano Roosevelt who issued a presidential proclamation which designated Orville Wright’s birthday to be National Aviation Day. The proclamation is…

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Traveling Alaska with Urinary Incontinence

People with urinary incontinence may be anxious about not having ready access to a toilet and may worry about the possibility of a urinary accident in public. While in Alaska, persons traveling in tour groups, may initially be subjected to some anxieties wondering where the next restroom facility will become available e.g. while in Denali…

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Population Trends and Incontinence

Does aging necessarily mean that you will be experiencing incontinence? Not at all! Statistically, Millennials and Baby Boomers are aging and have higher likelihood of experiencing bladder incontinence as they transition through from mid life to retirement age status. According to Pew Research Center, 2015 is the year when “Millennials generation is projected to surpass…

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