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ABOUT CHRIS CARLEY:
Chris Carley is a travel and loyalty program enthusiast, writer, media consultant, dog owner, husband, and recently became a dad! He loves talking all things points and miles. You'll likely find him in an airport lounge while on a trip that involves the most circuitous route possible leading to his ultimate destination.
“DR. E” - PHYSICIAN ADDRESSES OVERACTIVE BLADDER
STOP STALLING: ADDRESSING OVERACTIVE BLADDER
Physician Discusses What is Normal “Peehavior” and What May Not Be Normal
Women do it all – they work, raise families, attend school and care for elderly parents. Yet, when it comes to their bladder health – they just cope with any issues rather than talk to a doctor about them. According to the new Peehavior survey, conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs on behalf of Astellas Pharma US, 60 percent of women do not think about their bladder health often if at all.1 But no one is immune from the sudden urge to pee.
In fact, approximately 46 million U.S. adults age 40 and older experience overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms of urgency, frequency and leakage at least sometimes.2 This could mean the difference between going and running to the bathroom. Despite this, only about 1 in 8 women seek treatment for symptoms.3
The new Peehavior survey of 2,854 women across the United States and from different ethnic backgrounds reveals the bathroom habits of U.S. women and the lengths they’ll go when they have to go. The results bring to life what bathroom habits are normal so that we can get real about those habits that may actually be indicative of a diagnosable and manageable medical condition, OAB.
Ekene Enemchukwu, M.D., M.P.H. – “Dr. E” – a practicing female pelvic medicine urologist, will set the record straight on OAB by discussing symptoms, causes and options to help manage the condition as well as encourage women to talk to their doctor. She will also discuss the recently launched video series: “Stall Stories”, which addresses the sensitive topic of OAB with a subtle dose of humor and set in a bathroom among the stalls and hand dryers
MINISTER BADAL – MINISTER OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES FROM INDIA - “MAKE IN INDIA” INITIATIVE
COMPELLING REASONS THE U.S. SHOULD INVEST IN INDIA’S TRANSFORMING FOOD ECONOMY
India’s Minister of Food Processing Industries Available for Interviews to Discuss “Make in India” Initiative
India today is the 2nd largest producer of food in the world and the 6th largest food and grocery market. In fact, India leads the world in growth rate, ahead of the U.S., Germany, Japan, and the UK. The Indian Government has invested in its own food economy, and is now considered a top market for foreign countries to invest in food manufacturing and processing. In November, India will be hosting the World Food India summit, a global event to facilitate partnerships between Indian and international businesses and investors, especially with U.S. investors and businesses.
Did you know?
- India is 2nd largest producer of food in the world.
- India’s food and grocery market is the 6th largest in the world.
- Retail sector in India is currently estimated at US$ 600 Billion—Treble to US$ 1.3 Trillion by the year 2020.
- Share of food retail in total retail market is about 70% (or about US$ 380-390 Billion).
- 3rd largest economy in terms of Purchasing Power Parity.