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Exercise stops men getting up at night - study suggests

Wed 30, Sep 2015
Just one hour of physical activity per week can significantly reduce the likelihood of nocturia in men, according to a recent Loyola University study.

The care factor - kids with special needs

Wed 19, Aug 2015
Parents of children with disabilities make up a large proportion of the 2.7 million unpaid carers across Australia.

Possible bacteria link to urge urinary incontinence

Wed 17, Jun 2015
A study last year at Loyola University Chicago has found that bacteria present in urine may be the cause of urge urinary incontinence.

Children and incontinence

Tue 31, Mar 2015
Listen to a special podcast on children and incontinence featuring Dr Janet Chase.

Kids holding on: it's not on!

Wed 04, Mar 2015
When stories about teachers punishing children for taking toilet breaks in class time come up in the news media, it’s an opportunity for teachers and school communities to be reminded of the critical role they play in shaping children’s bladder and bowel health, as well as their mental health.

School toilets for a first-timer

Thu 05, Feb 2015
Lifelong behaviours and attitudes begin early, which is why so many schools have signed up for Toilet Tactics. Has your school?

How much water should we drink?

Thu 08, Jan 2015
We often hear recommendations about how much water we should drink. But there’s just one simple rule that all health authorities agree on; drink to satisfy your thirst – no more, no less.

The nuts and bolts of prostatectomy

Thu 06, Nov 2014
A diagnosis of prostate cancer may be an opportunity for men to invest in their long-term health. Men's specialist physiotherapist Jo Milios explains.

Bladder and bowel dysfunction in the pre and post natal periods

Tue 23, Sep 2014
More than one third of Australian women may be affected by some form of urinary incontinence (UI). Participate in this new online module and refresh your understanding of the best assessment methods and first-line treatment strategies for the management of this condition.

Incontinence linked to depression

Thu 04, Sep 2014
With RUOK Week (Sept 8 – 12) upon us, young women need to be made aware that incontinence puts them at a higher risk of depression.

Continence inspires confidence

Thu 21, Aug 2014
The Continence Foundation of Australia echoes the messages about confidence being promoted by Jean Hailes during Women's Health Week next week.

Radio National's program on adolescent bedwetting

Thu 07, Aug 2014
A Radio National program hosted by Natasha Mitchell earlier this week brought the issue of bedwetting among adolescents into the open.

Weak bones, weak bladders

Tue 05, Aug 2014
More and more research is showing that incontinence and osteoporosis are closely linked, which has significant lifestyle implications for women approaching middle age and older.

School toilets under the microscope

Thu 24, Jul 2014
If your child rush to the toilet as soon as they get home from school, perhaps their school toilet experience isn’t a particularly good one.

Keeping mum about incontinence

Wed 18, Jun 2014
Out-dated attitudes, such as accepting incontinence after childbirth as normal, are alive and well, even among the most educated in the community.

When the pelvic floor can take no more

Tue 10, Jun 2014
The consequences of ignoring the pelvic floor when exercising can be traumatic and dramatic, as Mildura continence nurse Katherine Modoo discovered.

Don’t let asthma put a dampener on things

Thu 24, Apr 2014
Even though asthma is a condition affecting the respiratory system, it often contributes to the risk of bladder leakage.

Patients with overactive bladders needed

Tue 18, Mar 2014
Are you an adult with an overactive bladder? An international study trialling a new drug is recruiting now.

Tightening the plumbing

Thu 13, Mar 2014
A Sydney physiotherapist takes a critical look at the conventional pelvic floor training regime for men post-prostate surgery.

Incontinence costs $1.6 billion

Fri 21, Jun 2013

Incontinence can have a substantial impact on wellbeing, social and workforce participation, and the relationships between those affected and their carers, a new report has shown.

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