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Diuretics: Medication That Can Cause Incontinence

Are you rushing to the bathroom lately or waking up in the middle of the night to urinate? If so, it’s worth looking at which medications you are currently taking. That ‘gotta-go-now’ impulse is a common side effect for many medications that individuals are unaware of. This article will examine how diuretic medications can cause …

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Double-Sided Mattresses: The Benefits

Flippable, double-sided mattresses are comfortable because both sides are designed to provide support. Customers often wonder if they are preferable to single-sided mattresses. In this blog, we will look at the features of double-sided mattresses and compare them to their single-sided counterparts.  What are double-sided mattresses? Single-sided mattresses are made from the ground up so …

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Choosing Between Disposable and Reusable Underpads

Caregivers have a variety of underpad options to choose from in order to protect linens and furniture from spills or incontinence. They are available in many different sizes and materials for regular or occasional use. In this blog, we help caregivers decide which underpads are best suited for their needs.  Underpad basics All underpads are …

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What to Know Before Putting Your Mattress on the Floor

Mattresses typically are placed on a bed frame or box spring to lift them off the ground.  Some people prefer to place their mattresses directly on the floor for health reasons or cultural preferences. Here are some things to consider when deciding where to put your mattress.  The Benefits of Putting Your Mattress on the …

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FSA, HSA, & HRA Accounts: Which One is Best?

Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRAs), Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) can be great cost-savings tools. FSA and HSA accounts are funded by individuals while employers fund HRA accounts. These accounts allow money to be set aside on a pre-tax basis to pay for qualified medical expenses such as deductibles, prescriptions, and equipment/supplies.  …

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