05 Jun 12 edition
Children’s self-esteem and confidence can be badly affected by problems associated with continence, writes Janine Armocida.
Understanding cultural differences is important when dealing with older people from different ethnic backgrounds. By Cathy Wever.
04 Oct 11 edition
Important factors affecting the quality of life of Australian school children with urinary incontinence have been identified, Linda Belardi reports.
A study has revealed a significant rate of urinary problems among young women unrelated to pregnancy or childbirth. By Linda Belardi.
03 Aug 11 edition
Women get told to do to their pelvic floor exercises. Now they are told some gym exercises can undo the good work and even flaw the 'floor'. Fiona Cassie finds out more about the Pelvic Floor First campaign.
Incontinence is a taboo health issue in ethnic communities, reveals report. By Annie May.
01 Oct 10 edition
How one provider is ensuring its continence products meet its standards.
06 Apr 10 edition
The often hidden issue of incontinence can be treated, improved and often cured, writes Anne Ramus.
Gaye Philpott looks at faecal incontinence.
03 Nov 09 edition
New technology is making the lives of incontinence sufferers and carers easier.
06 Oct 09 edition
An award winning UK invention that brought women back out of hiding has now arrived in Australia.
Improving the quality of life for residents with catheters. By Andrea Lord.
03 Mar 09 edition
Reducing the risk of IAD is the focus of a new care plan.