SAN DIEGO (March 26, 2019)—Triple W, a provider of connected health devices, announced its partnership with the National Association for Continence (NAFC) to educate patients, caregivers and professionals about urinary incontinence and promote bladder health. According to NAFC, more than 25 million Americans experience bladder leakage every day. Incontinence can affect seniors, individuals with disabilities, new mothers, youth and children.

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