Because diapers can be expensive, many low-income families are forced to use less than they need, leading to health problems for baby and many more issues for the whole family. Meanwhile, up to an estimated one-third of those over 65 have urinary continence trouble.* For people living on a fixed income, the cost of adult briefs can add up.
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*According to the National Association for Continence.
Adults suffer from incontinence. Babies will eventually stop needing diapers. Adults with incontinence won't.
children under the age of 3 live in poor or low-income households.