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LBLLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley, California)
LBLLand Between the Lakes (Kentucky State Park)
LBLLine-by-Line
LBLLight Bladder Leakage
LBLLetter-by-Letter (dyslexia)
LBLLong Baseline (survey method)
LBLLabel and Report Binary Library
LBLLabour Behind the Label (UK)
LBLLife Between Life (hypnotherapy; life regressions)
LBLLondon Borough of Lewisham (UK)
LBLLiberal, KS, USA - Glenn L Martin Terminal (Airport Code)
LBLLabatt Blue Light (Buffalo, NY)
LBLLindstrand Balloons Ltd (Shropshire, England)
LBLLakeland Bus Lines (New Jersey)
LBLLeave Behind Litrature (pharmaceuticals)
LBLLeft Buttock Line (location in aircraft)
LBLLittle Blinking Lights
LBLLondon Business Link (UK)
LBLLeft Buttline (engineering drawings)
LBLLong Boozy Lunch
LBLLove Beyond Life
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"People who experience light bladder leakage should be able to enjoy their lifestyle, freedom and independence no matter what happens," says CEO and co-founder Dr.
For women who understand the need to feel assured, protected and free from the worries of light bladder leakage -- Fannypants is making the difference!
Kimberly-Clark, maker of the Poise bladder-control pad, enlisted actress Kirstie Alley as the "Poise Fairy," who comes to the rescue of women experiencing light bladder leakage problems.
Jay Gottleib, president of adult & feminine care, Kimberly-Clark, adds, "For nearly 100 years, the U by Kotex and Poise brands have remained committed to continuously advancing innovation in, as well as the way people think about, talk about and experience the feminine care and light bladder leakage (LBL) categories.
The new Thin-Shape pads were created to help women manage light bladder leakage (LBL) effectively, and are up to 40% thinner than Poise's original pads.
Flost, actress, fitness expert and celebrity mom Brooke Burke-Charvet has teamed up with Kimberly-Clark's Poise brand with a focus on educating women about light bladder leakage (LBL) and empowering them to find the best solutions for their leaks.
Kimberly-Clark's Poise brand recently introduced new Poise Thin-Shape pads to help more women manage their light bladder leakage (LBL) effectively and with confidence.
Kimberly-Clark, the company that some credit with the creation of the consumer adult incontinence market with its Depend and Poise brands, last year developed guards and shields to help the estimated 23 million male sufferers of light bladder leakage deal with the condition.
One in three women experience light bladder leakage (LBL)--common little leaks that can be triggered by simple, everyday occurrences like coughing, sneezing, laughing and even exercise.
The wellness products are a natural extension for the Poise brand, which millions of women already rely on for discrete protection from light bladder leakage.
Through its Depend brand, Kimberly-Clark is reaching out to the 23 million men who live with bladder leakage with new Depend Guards and Shields, two products specifically designed for men with light bladder leakage, along with tips and tools from former professional football star Tony Siragusa in a new program called Guard Your Manhood (www.GuardYourManhood.com).