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  • How much should you drink - Hydration
    January 21, 2022

    How much should you drink - Hydration

      Why is it important to keep drinking when you have issues emptying your bladder?   When you have certain bladder issues, you might feel less encouraged to drink a lot of water, because you feel that this increases your...

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  • How to do pelvic floor exercises
    November 1, 2021

    How to do pelvic floor exercises

     Exercise - for both men and women Learn how to do pelvic floor exercises – both men and women can benefit   Pelvic floor exercises – or kegels - are designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles to help reduce...

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  • Canadian clinicians recommend single-use
    August 19, 2021

    Canadian clinicians recommend single-use

    As of 2020, Canadian urologists and nurses recommend single-use intermittent catheters, ideally those that are hydrophilic or pre-lubricated.1,2 In fact, Canadian nurses no longer support the re-use of intermittent catheters at all.1 Why single-use? Re-using catheters can also be inconvenient and...

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  • Healthy food & bladder issues
    July 1, 2021

    Healthy food & bladder issues

        Healthy food & bladder issues Weight, infection risk, skin condition and digestion are factors that influence your bladder. Learn about the sources for a balanced diet. Food is one of life’s greatest pleasures – going well beyond survival...

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  • How do ostomy products work?
    May 13, 2021

    How do ostomy products work?

    It is very easy to be cynical about life. It is fairly convenient to claim that. The conundrums some of us face are unimaginable. Those who go through, understand better. Nevertheless, isn’t this the beauty of life? The people who...

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  • You CAN Prevent Falls!
    February 8, 2021

    You CAN Prevent Falls!

    The Facts Falls are the leading cause of injury among older Canadians. 20-30% of seniors experience one or more falls each year. Falls are the cause of 85% of seniors' injury-related hospitalizations. Falls are the cause of 95% of all...

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