Never Broken: A Private Performance by Jewel



On September 18th, WHF hosted a private evening for our very generous and dedicated supporters, featuring a private concert by songwriter / singer / author, Jewel.


Aside from her glorious voice, guests were enlightened by Jewel’s personal journey to find profound peace of mind and happiness.  Her new book and website, Never Broken, bring her story to life and include ideas on mindfulness and meditation that you can incorporate into your daily life.


We are deeply grateful to our committed and passionate donors and, of course, the very talented Jewel.


Seeking Nocturia Patient Testimonies!

Help Wanted (3)

1 in 3 adults over the age of 30 make at least two trips to the bathroom every night. You may think it’s normal, but this kind of nighttime incontinence is referred to as nocturia.

The Bladder Health Alliance is seeking patient testimonies for an October, 2016, FDA hearing to consider the need for currently nonexistent nocturia treatments. Patients are needed to attend the hearing and provide perspective on the clinical effects of this condition.  If you or someone you know is willing to share your story at the hearing, please contact Thank you!

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