Bridge Magazine - Autumn 2019
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Bridge is the free magazine of the Continence Foundation of Australia, written for people with incontinence and their family, friends or carers. Inside the autumn 2019 issue, see what makes toilets award-winning across the globe, view the pelvic floor in 3D and learn how to avoid prolapse when working out.

Bridge Magazine - Autumn 2020 Vol 14 No 1
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Bridge is the Continence Foundation’s free magazine written for people with incontinence and their family, friends or carers. This edition features a young man who has shared his story of living with bedwetting since he was 15. Also inside is information on Royal Commissions, aged care, UTIs, financial help for incontinence products and bowel health.

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Bridge Magazine - Autumn 2021 Vol 15 No. 1
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Bridge is the free magazine of the Continence Foundation of Australia. The Autumn 2021 edition focuses on women’s health. Inside, you’ll read about pelvic health through life stages, personal stories, invisible disability, and the gut and brain link.

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Bridge Magazine - Spring 2019 Vol 13 No 3
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Bridge is the free magazine of the Continence Foundation of Australia, written for people with incontinence and their family, friends or carers. Inside the Spring 2019 edition, we reflect on and celebrate 30 years of the Foundation. Also featured is a story from a parent’s perspective, how an afternoon lie-down helped David’s nocturia, info on women’s health, and more.

Bridge Magazine - Spring 2020 Vol 14 No 3
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Bridge is the free magazine of the Continence Foundation of Australia. The Spring 2020 edition features author and model Anja Christoffersen sharing what incontinence has taught her. Also inside, meet Brian and his experience of prostate surgery during the pandemic.

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Bridge Magazine - Summer 2019 Vol 13 No 4
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Bridge is the free magazine of the Continence Foundation of Australia, written for people with incontinence and their family, friends or carers. The Summer 2019 edition features the story from the 2019 Carer of the Year, tips on how to travel with incontinence and how pelvic floor training can benefit men.

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