Dealing with incontinence can be particularly challenging during the winter season. The cold weather conditions can exacerbate the symptoms. To manage incontinence comfortably during the cold months, here are a few tips that can come in handy. READ MORE.
Incontinence and pregnancy are often juxtaposed. That is because pregnancy can sometimes lead to or aggravate urinary incontinence. Here is what incontinence during pregnancy is and how to manage it. READ MORE.
Whether you are a certified caregiver or caring for a family member, understanding how to change an adult diaper is of utmost importance. To understand the diaper-changing process and find answers to your questions about caring for an adult with incontinence READ MORE.
Adult wipes or baby wipes or wet wipes are all the same…right? Not so!! What’s the difference? Aren’t they the same? We can give you information to help you decide which is right. READ MORE
Living with incontinence is hard, especially at night. Even if you use adult diapers for diarrhea or urine leakage, wetness can still trouble your sleep. Whether you're a caregiver or dealing with incontinence yourself, the right disposable bed pad can make a world of difference. Here is a list of the ten best disposable bed pads for you to choose from. READ MORE.
Salt is a necessary evil. While many often point out too much salt can be detrimental to one's health, it also has the properties of preventing bacteria from growing. But why are we talking about salt? READ MORE.
Choosing the right baby formula is a big deal for parents because it directly affects the health and well-being of their little ones. Find out how to find the best baby formula for your child’s growth and development.
Pain makes your life an uphill battle. While there are many ways to curb pain temporarily, including the use of NSAIDs, if you are averse to steroids or need a rather safe option to relieve muscle tension and pain, therapeutic ultrasound may be the way for you. READ MORE.
If you’ve been having stomach problems lately, such as severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, or hemorrhoids, it might be the early signs of Gastrointestinal Disease. READ MORE.