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Incontinence Insights Newsletter – Volume 4

Check out the latest updates and information from our on-staff continence product specialists in our Incontinence Insights Newsletter, Volume 4:

Aimee Sharp
Incontinence and Accidental Falls

The Relationship Between Incontinence and Accidental Falls

Incontinence can contribute to accidental falls. Learn more about the relationship between incontinence and accidental falls and how to prevent them.

Aimee Sharp
pregnancy and incontinence

Pregnancy and Incontinence

Many women are unaware that pregnancy can bring incontinence with it. It doesn't always occur, but it is something every expectant mother should know about.

Aimee Sharp

Kate Winslet on Bladder Control Since Having Kids

Original article title: “Kate Winslet on Bladder Control Since Having Kids: ‘I...

Aimee Sharp
Diet and Incontinence

How Diet Affects Bladder Control

Although there is no special diet to cure incontinence, some foods and beverages may contribute to bladder leakage. Learn more about diet and incontinence.

Amy Long Carrera, MS, RD, CNSC, CWCMS

Sacral Nerve Stimulator May Be Cure to Incontinence

Originally posted by Maureen McFadden for WNDU.com Incontinence is an uncomfortable and...

Aimee Sharp
Identifying Skin Damage

August Webinar: Identifying Skin Damage Video

In this recorded webinar, our certified presenter discusses identifying skin damage by assessing if a pressure injury or IAD is at fault.

Aimee Sharp
skin damage webinar

August Webinar: Identifying Skin Damage

This webinar has already taken place. You can view the slides for Shield HealthCare's Identifying Skin Damage webinar here...

Gina Flores
Same product new packaging

Prevail Incontinence Products Packing Update

Starting in August 2017, select incontinence products will undergo an exciting packaging redesign!

Aimee Sharp
Urinary Tract Infection Symptoms

Urinary Tract Infection Symptoms and Risk Factors

A urinary tract infection is an infection in the urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra). Most urinary tract infections (UTIs) are caused by..

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS