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  • Posted June 23, 2015

    Purchase Wearever Undergarments in June to Support the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation

    MSF Foundation

    Urinary urgency and frequency are side effects for more than 80 percent of people living with multiple sclerosis. Wearever offers comfortable solutions for incontinence with our lines of men and women’s panties that look and feel just like traditional underwear but offer ultimate absorbency protection to contain leaks within. Our underwear works just as well as, if not better than, alternatives like adult diapers or pads with the added benefits of a more subtle, comfortable, affordable and environmentally friendly design.

    This month only, Wearever will donate $1 for every single pair, $1 for three-pack and $1 for six-pack purchases of the Wearever Women's Incontinence Panties and Wearever Men's Incontinence Boxers and Briefs lines to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. This includes all sizes, styles and colors from both lines.  Continue reading

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  • Posted June 23, 2015

    Stress Incontinence: What Is It and What Causes It?

    stress incontinence

    There are various different types and degrees of incontinence, or the unintentional leakage of urine. But the most common type of incontinence in women - and one of the most common types of incontinence overall - is stress incontinence. Stress incontinence occurs when a small amount of urine escapes during an activity that places pressure on the bladder like coughing, sneezing or lifting.  Continue reading

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  • Posted June 16, 2015

    Does Pool Water Turn Blue If Someone Urinates In It?


    With summer and nationwide warm weather now upon us once again, it's common for people to access their local public pools to seek refreshment from the hot sun. And while pools provide a mix of entertainment, relaxation and enjoyment, they can also potentially be an obstacle for some people - specifically those that experience incontinence.  Continue reading

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  • Posted June 11, 2015

    Dealing With Incontinence At Work

    working in an office

    It is estimated that incontinence affects 25 million Americans. Many people find that their incontinence can impact every part of daily living, including workweek management. With careful preparation, muscle training exercises and by making calculated behavioral changes, working people can manage their incontinence without experiencing embarrassing incidents at the workplace.  Continue reading

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  • Posted June 8, 2015

    How Weight Loss and Diet Can Affect Incontinence

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    If you are experiencing incontinence issues or are a caregiver for someone with incontinence issues, you have probably tried to find ways to control this menacing problem. Fortunately, there are several things you can do that will help.  Continue reading

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  • Posted June 3, 2015

    How To Prepare For Vacation While Dealing With Incontinence

    traveling on a place

    Vacation is supposed to be a stress-free and relaxing time. But if you're one of the 25 million North Americans that experience incontinence to some degree, then the thought of traveling for hours by car or by plane to get to your vacation destination can be anything but stress-free and relaxing. Yes, while unintentional urine leakage is never something that's welcomed with open arms, it can be especially inconvenient while you're traveling.

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  • Posted May 13, 2015

    A Day in the Life of a Caregiver


    A career as a caregiver can be extremely rewarding, but undeniably difficult at the same time. Caregivers must have the ability to take on many roles; not only must a caregiver provide the "basics," such as help with administering medications and getting an elderly person around – but they must often play the role of a friend or companion as well, keeping their clients company.

    Whether you have a caregiver helping you with your elderly loved one, you're looking into becoming a caregiver, or you're simply curious, read on to explore a typical day in the life of a caregiver. Continue reading

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  • Posted May 5, 2015

    Celebrities Turning 60 this Year


    Although there is no clearly defined age when someone reaches “senior citizen” status, a pretty good barometer is when someone turns 60, when the so-called “golden years” begin. But for many, these golden years aren’t always golden, as medical issues often become more persistent, and the older age really starts to take its toll on the body, reminding people that they’re not as young as they used to be. For some, however, 60 is merely the new 40. Continue reading

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  • Posted April 21, 2015

    How to Choose a Caregiver for Your Loved One


    According to a report released by the Congressional Budget Office, "more than two-thirds of 65-year-olds will need assistance to deal with a loss in functioning at some point during their remaining years of life." If you have a loved one with limitations, of course you want to provide him or her with the best care possible. Usually, the best way to do this is to hire an in-home caregiver, who can tend to your loved one's needs on a daily basis.

    Unfortunately, selecting a caregiver is never easy - but there are a few steps you can follow to ultimately make the right decision. Continue reading

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  • Posted April 17, 2015

    Volunteering After Retirement


    You've finally retired - congratulations! However, retirement (as you’ve discovered) isn't your cup of tea. The time off you’ve spent has been largely boring, and according to Forbes, the United Kingdom's Institute of Economic Affairs found in a study that 40 percent of those who have retired suffer from depression, and a full 60 percent have health problems after they retire.

    Part of it is that all of our lives we get used to doing something. When we retire, we suddenly have nothing to do — something we're not used to. Oh sure, we plan on getting up late, getting things done around the house, or maybe traveling, but that quickly leads to boredom. Continue reading

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