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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).
The following articles will help you learn more about how to deal with, avoid and stop urinary tract infections.
Urinary Tract Infection, You Can Learn From My Experience
Alzheimer's Caregiving: Dealing with Bladder Infections and Urinary Incontinence (Part One)
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)
Alzheimer's Caregiving Avoiding the Urinary Tract Infection (Part Four)
Alzheimer's Caregiving Dealing with Urinary Incontinence (Part Five
Urinary Incontinence -- How We Beat Alzheimer's Incontinence -- The Solution
Conquering Urinary Incontinence -- The First Bladder Infection of the Year
Urinary Tract Infections Can Hasten Memory Loss in Alzheimer's Patients
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Original content Bob DeMarco, the Alzheimer's Reading Room