Incontinence Products

  1. Connecting Two Culprits in Alzheimer's Disease

    Plaques and tangles pockmark the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease. The extracellular protein amyloid-β makes plaques, and the intracellular protein tau makes tangles, but how exactly these might kill neurons is unclear. Work presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology in San Francisco, California, this week starts to connect some of these dots.

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  2. Botox Effective for Urinary Incontinence

    A study funded by the National Institute Child Health and Human Development shows that anticholinergic drugs and onabotulinumtoxinA injections produce comparable results in women with urgency urinary incontinence. Choice of therapy, say the researchers, should take into consideration route of administration and adverse effect profiles.

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  3. Incontinence Product Trends - From the Red Carpet to the Gridiron

    Incontinence Image Father DaughterToday's trends in Incontinence Products are aimed at removing the traditional social stigmas that accompany adult incontinence.  Although it is estimated that over 25 million American's suffer from Urinary Incontinence, with as many as 4 in every 5 affected being women, social norms remain the biggest factor in the reporting and delayed treatment of incontinence. Most sufferers wait years before discussing any bladder control symptoms with their physician and even longer to begin using incontinence products.

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