Archive for April 2013
Heart Failure and Sleep: Four Tips for Caregivers
Did you know that heart failure is closely associated with overall poor quality of life?Read More
Surgical ‘Never-Events’ Are Shockingly Common – New Study Published!
I felt shocked when I saw this headline land in my inbox yesterday and I just had to share. We’ve talked about so-called “never-events” before because one of the most common “never-events” are infections people acquire in hospitals and pressure ulcers. These two never-events have a link with the usage of out-dated incontinence management products…Read More
Skintastic! Slip, Slop, Slap, Slide & Seek for Safety!
We are feeling Spring Fever in our offices and are ready to get outside at a moment’s notice. Most of us can enjoy fresh air breaks throughout the day, with the exception of our outstanding Customer Care team, although if they could figure out a way to move all the phones outside I’m sure they…Read More
Al Neuharth Obituary: An Incontinent Man & Newspaper Icon
We were saddened this weekend to learn that USA Today founder, Al Neuharth had passed away at the tender age of 89 years young. Al founded USA Today in 1982 and oversaw its rapid growth to a circulation of about 1.8m.Read More
What Would You Do with an Extra 16 Hours a Week?
What would you do with those extra sixteen hours? Do you have a loved one whose a caregiver? What would they do with those precious hours back?Read More
I’m All Stressed Out! 7 Tips for Managing Stress from Men’s Liberty
Recently, a good friend of ours spent 15 days in the hospital with multiple areas of “severe sepsis” (infections) that had spread from a UTI (urinary tract infection). Our friend spent 9 of those days on a ventilator after surgically removing the most critical of the infections. His situation was truly life-threatening – all from…Read More
Wee Answer Wednesday: A Hunter’s Questions Answered
While 95% of our customers are men dealing with incontinence, there are the select few out there who use the product more recreationally. They use it for fluid management when they know they’re going to be away from the bathroom for a while. It’s also proving unexpectedly popular among hunters who are investing in scent…Read More
Visit Men’s Liberty at the NWBA National Tournament!
Men’s Liberty is feeling thrilled to be attending the upcoming Wheelchair Basketball Association National Competition in Louisville, Kentucky next week. Four days of exciting competitions kicks off on Thursday April 18th at the Kentucky Expo Center. With 86 teams and nearly 1,000 athletes competing, it’s definitely going to be an event to remember! National Wheelchair…Read More
How Much Water Should Adaptive Athletes be Drinking?
Staying hydrated is essential for everyone, but athletes have an even greater need to maintain proper hydration. And adaptive athletes are no exception. As any doctor can tell you, water is the most important nutrient for life and has many important functions including regulating temperature, lubricating joints and transporting nutrients and waste throughout the body.…Read More
Paraplegic Athlete to Push Across America for Disability Awareness!
We’re excited to share this news from LA. Today is the kick off of the Push Across America by adaptive athlete Ryan Chalmers. We’re going to be following along and cheering on Ryan’s amazing journey and hope you’ll do the same!Read More