March 3, 2014 |
Until we run into a problem, we often don’t give our kidneys too much though. March is Kidney Health Month and we need you to help spread the message about kidney health and how important it is. Talk to friends and family about kidney health and know if you are at risk. Talk to your health-care provider about how your kidneys are doing. When kidneys suffer too much damage, they stop working and dialysis or transplant is needed to stay alive. Often kidney disease has no or limited symptoms, so being informed BEFORE there is a problem is key. Learn about risks, prevention and possible symptoms.
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