Thank you for visiting ABLinfo.org and for your editorial interest in raising awareness about accidental bowel leakage. Though ABL affects 30 million people, less than one in three talk about it with their healthcare provider. We have many resources to share so that you can include ABL in your everyday health and wellness articles. ABL editorial topics may include the causes of ABL, bowel health, pelvic health and wellness, childbirth, menopause, diabetes, healthy aging and men’s health.
If there is something you need which is not here, don’t hesitate to contact Kelley Connors, KelleyC@ablinfo.org.
ABL Expert Media Interviews
ABL Expert Media Interviews For media interviews, we will connect you with our contributing editors who are ABL experts.
Urogynecologist and Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of Michigan Health Center
Director, Center for Functional GI & Motility Disorders
Professor of Medicine Adjunct Professor of OB-GYN
Managing Editor, ABLinfo.org
CEO, Butterfly Health, Inc.
Press Kit Elements
The general public has very low awareness about ABL as the topic is stigmatized. Therefore, we have created the following press kit to make it easier for journalists to access information and increase awareness to help millions. As we are health advocates, we really appreciate your editorial support to raise awareness of ABL.
- ABL Infographic: Facts at a Glance
- ABL Conversation Starter: 4 Essential Questions to Ask
- ABLinfo.org 2014 Public Service Announcement
- Washington Post Article: A Call to Action
- Digestive Wellness Article: It’s Time to Talk about ABL
- Lifescript.com: 10 Tips to Relief with ABL
- Modern Wellness Guide: Taboo Busters - When Bowels Break Down
- Accidental Bowel Leakage in the Mature Women's Health Study: Prevalence and Predictors
- Quality of Life Impact in Women with Accidental Bowel Leakage
- Prevalence and Burden of Fecal Incontinence: A Population-Based Study in Women
- Bowel Disturbances are the Most Important Risk Factors for Late Onset Fecal Incontinence: A Population-Based Case-Control Study in Women
- Fecal Incontinence in US Adults: Epidemiology and Risk Factors
- Current Management of Fecal incontinence: Choosing Amongst Treatment Options to Optimize Outcomes
- Fecal Incontinence in US Women: A Population-Based Study
Media Contact Information
Kelley Connors, MPH
Health Advocacy and Media Relations