Uresta inks co-distribution deal with pharmaceutical company Aspen Pharmacare Canada. By Rachel Cave, CBC News Posted: Oct 06, 2016 6:30 AM Shediac company hopes new deal will create jobs, expand reach of its female incontinence product. A New Brunswick company that makes a medical device to reduce bladder leakage in women recently inked a co-distribution deal …

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Why do some women struggle with weight loss? By Allie Shah, Tribune News Service MINNEAPOLIS • Frances Traphagan has been battling weight issues her whole life. For years, the south Minneapolis mom struggled to balance work demands and motherhood. After every pregnancy, her weight problem grew.Her habit of eating on the run also tipped the …

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News Release For Immediate Release September 20, 2018 (Moncton) – Hot on the heels of winning Chatelaine’s 2016 Product of the Year Canada award in the adult care incontinence category (for innovation in design and function), Resilia Inc., the makers of uresta® Bladder Support for Women are thrilled to announce that Today’s Parent has reviewed …

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Women around the world suffer from SUI (stress urinary incontinence). Here’s a recent article we found in the Gulf News about the very high  number of women in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) who suffer with this condition. We can now add uresta® to the list of solutions – a safe, cost-effective, environmentally friendly, non-surgical solution. …

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As a nurse specialist working the area of urinary incontinence and a board representative of The Urology Nurses Of Canada, I have seen many women of all ages suffer from the stigmatizing problem of urinary incontinence. There are many different approaches we can suggest for this problem including lifestyle changes, behavioral approaches, dietary modifications and …

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A chat with Missy Lavender about uresta® We asked a well-known women’s pelvic health evangelist and national speaker on public health, Missy Lavender,  if she could talk to us about women’s pelvic health and uresta®, a relatively new product to help women manage stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Missy, a passionate advocate for pelvic health education, …

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By Christine Haley, BSc., PT Whether you are 27, 46 or 70, embarrassing leaks are nothing short of distressing! Urinary incontinence is defined as any involuntary loss of urine. It is a common and distressing problem which may have a profound effect on quality of life of both men and women. Many people believe urinary incontinence …

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