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Grandmothers Remedy: Baby Boomers Face Health Woes Without It

By Nancy Muller, PhD, MBA Executive Director of the National Association For Continence   In early February, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published an alarming study1 whose researchers concluded, without a doubt, America’s baby boomers the … Continue reading

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The Connection Between Obesity, Diabetes, and Bladder Control

By Nancy Muller, PhD Executive Director of the National Association For Continence   At the national headquarters of our organization, we routinely have college interns interested in health care services or health care communications assist us with projects to witness … Continue reading

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Stroke Becoming More Common in Adults

By Nancy Muller, PhD Executive Director of the National Association For Continence   New research published in the October 10, 2012 online issue of Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology, reveals that strokes are becoming more … Continue reading

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Self Lies

By Nancy Muller, PhD Executive Director of the National Association For Continence In 2012, former IBM executive Cathy Holloway Hill, a life improvement coach, authored “Lies, Love & Life” (www.chollowayhill.com) in which she wrote about the “self lies” that allow … Continue reading

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When Laughing is No Longer Funny

The Effects of Obesity and Weight Loss on Urinary Incontinence. By J. Kyle Mathews, MD Originally appeared in the October, 2011 issue of Quality Care® Do you leak urine when you laugh, cough, or sneeze? Do you have trouble making … Continue reading

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Five Tips for How to Build a Belly

One of the single most important things we can do to prevent health problems – including those associated with bladder and bowel control – is to maintain a proper weight. Researchers are increasingly identifying how body shape is a strong … Continue reading

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