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February 25, 2024

How Halloween Candy Can Haunt Your Kidneys

In the classic Halloween special, “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” all the children receive candy from their neighbors, except for our hapless hero. Charlie Brown gets rocks. Hey, it’s better than stones. Recent research indicated that candy can contribute to kidney stones. A study released in August suggests that the more sugar we eat,…

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When UTIs Become Serious: What You Need To Know

Just because something occurs often, it isn’t necessarily harmless. A common cold can lead to a sinus infection or acute bronchitis. And urinary tract infections, which occur in 400 million people globally every year, can end up putting you in the hospital. Yes, UTIs are common ­­– even more so in the summer, when warm weather…

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High-Risk Urinary Conditions Among Minorities, and What to Do

In the U.S., people of color suffer four urinary medical conditions at higher or more deadly rates than non-minorities. This blog sheds light on some key reasons.

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Dehydration: 4 Conditions Made Worse by Thirst

Those of us in good health may see life as a glass half full. But if we want to stay healthy, that glass should be empty. Water makes up two-thirds of the human body, so we need to keep the liquid flowing. Good hydration is necessary to balance salts and sugars, to lubricate joints and…

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Eating for Kidney Health: 5 Tips for Kidney Cancer Awareness Month

National Kidney Cancer Awareness Month is a great time to remember to be as good to your kidneys as they are to you by staying healthy.

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It’s American Heart Month: Why That Matters to Your Kidneys

Without the kidneys’ filtration system, the heart would have to try to clean the blood itself, and that would add a lot to its work load. So if the kidney is compromised, so is the heart – people with kidney disease are at greater risk of heart disease.

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Kidney Cancer Awareness: What You Might Not Know About Your Body’s Blood Filter

Kidney Cancer Will Affect 74,000 People in 2019

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