Kidney Disease & Chronic Kidney Disease – What’s the Difference?

According to researchers at Johns Hopkins University, it’s estimated that 50% of seniors over 75 are believed to have kidney disease. High blood pressure, diabetes or a family history of kidney failure are some of the factors that put one in three American at an increased risk of kidney failure. Learn more about the disease, …

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7 Secrets to Keeping Your Kidneys Healthy – From the Cleveland Clinic

High blood pressure, diabetes or a family history of kidney failure are some of the factors that put one in three American at an increased risk of kidney failure. There are several things that can be done to keep kidneys as healthy as possible. This article from Cleveland Clinic provides more details and suggestions. High …

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