How to Manage Incontinence During a Zombie Apocalypse!

As any fan of The Walking Dead will tell you – a zombie apocalypse is coming and we all need to be prepared. Even the CDC agrees – and they’ve even written a great guide to the coming zombie apocalypse. But they left out some important tips – so we’ve collected our best zombie wisdom below […]

Open Enrollment: What You Need to Know About Medicare Advantage

I just spend two and half hours on the phone with 1-800-Medicare. It was NOT fun. A friend signed up for a Medicare Advantage plan last year and it’s turned into an epic, if predictable, disaster. I was trying to help clean up the mess. So why am I telling you? As our regular readers […]

The other “I” word for active baby boomers

 Hello my friends – a few weeks ago, we were lucky enough to do a radio interview with Health, Wealth and Wisdom – part of Senior Voice America. And one of the questions really struck me – “why is it so important to have a conversation about incontinence?”

A Broken Cord: Part 2

About two weeks after my accident I was lying in the Intensive Care Unit of what is now Shands Medical Center in Jacksonville, FL when the hospital-appointed Psychiatrist walked into my room. I knew immediately she needed more therapy than I did. With a feigned look of interest she glanced over my wall that had […]

How Men’s Liberty Helped Me Overcome Travel Anxiety

I’ll admit that wearing the Men’s Liberty external catheter caused me some degree of anxiety when I started using it last year. I’m not one to follow directions once I’ve read the first paragraph. By July of this year, however, I find that I am navigating the learning curve with some success. (I’m sure that […]