November is National Bladder Health Month, and we are glad that an entire month is dedicated to the importance of the bladder. It's an organ that often goes unrecognized in its impact on your body's health until it stops working the way it should, but it's a crucial part of your urinary system as well as your overall well-being.
Earlier this summer, we announced the names of each of the 2016 180 Medical College Scholarship recipients. This year, there were so many deserving candidates with inspirational backstories and exciting goals, whether to be able to return to school after a long absence in hopes to renew a career path or just starting out as a college freshman with dreams of being able to help others with their future job. We are truly honored to be able to help these seven students get a little closer to their goals.
There are a wide variety of conditions that can potentially interfere with the ability to void one's bladder on one's own. Multiple sclerosis, urinary incontinence, dementia, and urinary retention are just a few common examples. These issues may precipitate the need for intermittent catheterization to help patients fully empty their bladders and maintain a sense of independence in their everyday lives.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, which, for many people, means there is traveling ahead to be with family and friends for the holiday. Did you know that Thanksgiving is actually one of the busiest travel holidays of the year, with over 44 million people on average traveling during the holiday weekend?
We here at 180 Medical empathize with the concerns you may have as a parent of a child that has a condition which requires them to use catheters to drain their bladder and stay healthy. For example, Spina Bifida is one of the more common conditions that affects children as young as newborns.
Interested in keeping up with the latest catheter and ostomy products available on the market? 180 Medical is always ready to share the scoop on the newest supplies with you, and today, we'd like to introduce you to Cure Medical's latest product.
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