[music] The risk factors for chronic kidney disease aren’t always obvious. [music] But knowing them could save your life. So if you have high blood pressure, diabetes or a family history of kidney problems, you need to get tested. So talk to your doctor – and visit LoveKidneys.com today.
Welcome to My Heart Health. Today we are talking about metabolic syndrome: what it is and why it matters for your heart health. Understanding what metabolic syndrome is and why it matters is crucial to setting yourself up for improving your heart health. Metabolic syndrome is a collection of features that substantially increase your risk […]
The risk factors for kidney disease aren’t always obvious. But knowing them could save your life. If you have high blood pressure, diabetes or a family history of kidney problems, you need to get tested. Learn more at LoveKidneys.com.
So when we think about the impact that kidney disease is making nationally, internationally, it’s really focused on the contributors to kidney disease. Certainly again there’s genetic reasons, there’s inherent reasons why the kidneys don’t work. But when we look at the bigger impact that we can make, we have to look at the other […]
11 Possible Heart Symptoms If something went wrong with your heart, would you know it? Not all heart problems come with clear warning signs. There is not always an alarming chest clutch followed by a fall to the floor like you see in movies. Some heart symptoms don’t even happen in your chest, and it’s […]
Hello, this is Katherine, welcome to 00Kidney Even if your doctor isn’t intentionally out to mislead you, I’m betting a new stethoscope that he is keeping you in the dark about at least some things. Yes, a whole top 10 of things. There are some dark aspects of the medical world that doctors don’t want […]
– Before I went plant-based I ate very unhealthy, and I was working around the clock, and when you work a lot you end up making very unhealthy food choices, and exercise choices, and everything else. I tried a couple of pretty unhealthy diets that were kinda fad diets and they never lasted very long. […]
DR. RODGERS: As African Americans, we’re at a greater risk for kidney failure than other communities. So how can we work together to improve kidney health? Hi, I’m Dr. Griffin Rodgers, director of the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Diseases at NIH. Working with your faith leaders, you can introduce our Kidney Sundays […]