How common is incontinence? According to the National Association for Continence (NAFC), it affects more than 25 million Americans.
In this article, originally published by Science Daily, read how middle-aged women are less likely to exercise with incontinence.
The word incontinence applies to more than urine incontinence. Although it is often assumed when the...
In this article originally published in Science Daily, learn more about different types of incontinence and who it can affect.
The Total Dry incontinence liners and booster pads that Shield HealthCare provides to our customers have been upgraded and improved.
Women who experience post-birth incontinence are suffering in “silence”, with more than a third embarrassed to discuss it with a health professional ...
In this article from the Brainerd Dispatch, you can learn more about solutions for incontinence that do not involve surgery.
Do you have a parent with incontinence? Learn the best way to have "the talk", and some practical solutions to reduce accidents including diet, medication a
Many women with osteoporosis also suffer from incontinence. Now a Canadian clinical trial has found that simple pelvic floor muscle training...
Bladder retraining is a type of behavior therapy you can do at home to improve your bladder control and decrease the urge to empty your bladder.