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Anticholinergics and Older Adults

Anticholinergics (Ant-I-Cul-In-Urge-Ics) are drugs used to stop involuntary muscle movements. These

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Caregiving, Incontinence, and Frontotemporal Dementia

In this feature, we conducted an interview with Candace Williams, a caregiver to her mother and blog

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Alzheimer’s and Incontinence: Answers to Caregiver Questions

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease can be a very trying experience, especially for so

Birth Defects and Incontinence – Spotlight on Angelman Syndrome

The month of February recognizes birth defects and highlights awareness for many lesser-known disord

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Winter Isolation for Older Adults

Winter is here, and in many parts of the country, it is cold, the days are shorter with more dark...

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6 Signs of Poor Incontinence Care in Nursing Homes

More than 50% of nursing home residents experience some type of incontinence. More than 75% of long-

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Sandwich Generation and Incontinence

The Sandwich Generation is the group of adults, typically ages 40-60, who are simultaneously caring

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7 Signs of Caregiver Stress with Incontinence

Providing care to someone in need is an extremely noble, honorable, and selfless choice. Caregiving

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Autism and Incontinence

Autism isn’t a single disorder, but a spectrum of different types, also known as autism spectrum d

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Incontinence

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Health Awareness Month. Tranquility products and our staff are dedic

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The Emotional Aspects of Urinary Incontinence

When considering urinary incontinence, the first details that normally come to mind are the physical

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When Incontinence Strikes Young

While incontinence is typically thought of as a problem affecting older adults, young people can suf

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How do parents deal with Cerebral Palsy?

We discovered a great video post with some very useful information on how people deal with disabilit

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How to Control Urinary Incontinence Odors

There are many concerns among people with urinary incontinence. One of these concerns is how to con

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Caring for Loved Ones with Nighttime Incontinence

By: Melissa Napier, MS, BSN Nurse Consultant, Principle Business Enterprises Sleep. One third of ou

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Caregiver Support: Studies Highlight Three Ways to Prevent Falls

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), falls among older adults result

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Adult Diapers: Choose the Correct Product for Your Active Lifestyle

Far too often, we find that people who have to wear adult diapers for a period of time feel that...

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Caregiving and Incontinence: Caring for a Loved One with Incontinence

By: Jane Curry, Gerontologist Caring for a loved one can be a very rewarding experience. However, ca