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What is Renal Failure?

Renal failure is defined as the loss of renal function. The kidneys are responsible for filtering waste products from the blood to be excreted in the urine. When there is damage to these vital organs, they can no longer perform…

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Kidney Stones Explained

Have you ever felt severe pain in your stomach or on one side of your back? You may be experiencing kidney stones, which are hard deposits made of minerals and salts that form inside the kidneys. Kidney stones start small…

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Fitness Tips for Kidney Disease Patients

Staying physically active is important and can have both immediate and long-term health benefits. When you are active, you can decrease your risk of developing health problems, including heart disease, strokes, diabetes, cancer, and so much more. But what about…

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Signs It Is Time to See a Nephrologist

Nephrologists are specialized physicians who diagnose, treat, and manage acute and chronic kidney conditions. Living with kidney conditions can be very difficult and affect one’s quality of life, so it’s always important to prioritize preventive kidney care when possible. If…

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How Alcohol Affects Your Kidneys

Consuming alcohol can negatively affect both your mental and physical health. While having a glass of wine or a cocktail every now and then usually won’t cause much harm, drinking too much can take a toll on your overall health and…

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Understanding Portion Control

Portion control can be a challenge, especially when going out to eat. All too often, we eat everything that is laid out on the plate in front of us. Unfortunately, obesity is a growing problem where two of every three…

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Helpful Tips for Living with Dialysis

Dialysis is a treatment for kidney failure that works by getting rid of your body’s unwanted toxins, waste products and excess fluids by filtering and purifying the blood. While this treatment can help those with kidney failure live a longer,…

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