How to identify and stop urinary tract infection, and deal with urinary incontinence.
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Urinary Incontinence (UTI) is a stigmatized, underreported, under-diagnosed, under-treated condition that is erroneously thought to be a normal part of aging.
One-third of men and women ages 30-70 believe that incontinence is a part of aging (National Institute of Health, NIH).
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The following articles will help you learn more about how to deal with, avoid and stop urinary tract infections.
- Alzheimer's Caregving: The Role of Communication and Basic Understanding in Solving Incontinence Problems (Part Two)
- Alzheimer's Caregving: How Cranberry Juice Fights Bacteria that Cause Urinary Tract Infections (Part Three)
Original content Bob DeMarco, the Alzheimer's Reading Room