Daily Kidney News
The basic idea of the Renal or Diabetic diet for Chronic Kidney Disease and Diabetic patients is to, " keep the levels of electrolytes, minerals, and fluid in your body balanced," according to Medline Plus. Learn more.
Kidney Breakthrough May End Need For Kidney Donors In The Case Of Chronic Kidney Disease Patients
The English clergyman Stephen Gosson published the romantic story Ephemerides in 1579 and in it referred to people who were engaged in a hopeless task: "Seeking to make a silk purse of a Sows ear." Learn more.
Daily Impact Meal: Chicken and Broccoli Stir-Fry
A delicious Diabetic and CKD recipe with patient friendly ingredient substitutes. Let us know what you think! Learn more.
A regular KidneyBuzz.com viewer emailed and said, "Hi, I'm a Dialysis and Diabetic patient. I have been juicing and seeing improvements in my health. Learn more.
If you have Chronic Kidney Disease or Diabetes you likely have felt low on energy at some point in time due to your Dialysis Treatments, Low Blood Sugar, Low Blood Pressure, or perhaps you are just having a hectic day. Learn more.
News of the 44 year old's decision to end her Dialysis Treatments comes on the heels of Brittany Maynard, who has become the unofficial poster-child for the controversial "Right-To-Die Movement." Learn more.
If you have Kidney Failure you likely already know that medication dosages are often reduced to lower concentrations in order to avoid the unsafe accumulation of drugs in a Dialysis patient's body due to a lack of urination. Learn more.
Given this severe shortage, why don’t more people donate their Kidneys (as well as other Organs)? Learn more.
If you are a Chronic Kidney Disease patient, this likely comes as no surprise as you know firsthand how difficult it is to get a good night's rest, right? Learn more.
Just days ago the California-based biotech firm Organovo announced that it was set to begin selling 3-D-printed liver tissue by the end of 2014 which in the next few years, "could also be used in patient treatment to replace small parts of organs or encourage cell regeneration." Learn more.
The numbers are familiar, but they are still no less staggering. According to the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network there are currently 123,989 people on their list in need of a "life saving donor." Learn more.