Wall Street Journal article (front page) says Proctor and Gamble, seeing a downtrend in baby diapers, is now going to sell adult diapers again.
Might be several months. Maybe 8 or 9. But it's the first time that P&G will be a diaper provider since they sold off Attends, years ago.
Now you wonder if they'll actually do some research and consider plastic backed, thick diapers like the old Attends were, or if they just want to compete for shelf space in supermarkets and drug stores. They could just be like Depends, with their lame pull-ups and leak-prone cloth-backed "adjustable briefs," which aren't worth the money (unless you want to wear a diaper-doubler inside and plastic pants outside).