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Why Am I Seeing Blood in My Urine?

Blood from anywhere in your body typically signals a problem, especially if you notice it in the toilet. Read on to discover what causes bloody urine and when to seek help.
Sep 1st, 2023

What Happens if My Edema Goes Untreated?

Living with kidney disease sometimes results in swelling, or edema, in the arms, legs, and abdomen. But what happens if you don't address it? Read on to discover the consequences of untreated edema in the body.
Aug 7th, 2023

What Can I Do if I’m Genetically Inclined to Be Obese?

According to the CDC, 41.9% of people in the US are obese — nearly half of the country. Obesity causes severe health issues, many of them preventable. Read on to discover how to keep your weight in check, even if it's in your genes.
Jul 2nd, 2023

Will My Kidney Stone Pass on its Own?

Kidney stones are painful and can take days or weeks to pass through your system, but can every stone pass through your system on its own? Keep reading to learn more about kidney stones and when you require surgical treatment.
Jun 2nd, 2023

The Dangers of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a severe medical condition with dire consequences when left untreated. Keep reading to discover the dangers of high blood pressure and how to control your blood pressure to stay healthy.
May 12th, 2023

Why Are My Limbs So Swollen?

Have you noticed that your arms and legs are constantly swollen? If so, it could indicate fluid retention and kidney disease. Keep reading to discover more about edema and what you should do next.
Mar 3rd, 2023

What Makes Dialysis a Life-Saving Treatment?

If your kidneys don't work correctly, you may need a treatment known as dialysis, which can save your life. Keep reading to find out how dialysis works to extend your life when you're suffering from kidney failure.
Feb 8th, 2023

Is Blood in Urine Always Cause for Concern?

Have you ever noticed a red tinge in your urine? If so, you may be experiencing hematuria or blood in your urine. Keep reading to find out what causes hematuria and if you need to worry about your health.
Jan 3rd, 2023

Is Diabetes Reversible?

If you've been diagnosed with diabetes, you may wonder if you can reverse it. Diabetes is a manageable condition, but there's currently no cure. Keep reading to find out if you can reverse diabetes and how you can manage your symptoms.
Dec 4th, 2022

6 Telltale Symptoms of PKD

Your kidneys are a vital component of your body. When they're not healthy, you aren't. Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is one of the conditions that can damage your kidneys. Read on to learn six significant symptoms of PKD.
Nov 2nd, 2022

Who is Eligible For a Kidney Transplant?

A kidney transplant is a significant surgery that restores your body's ability to filter waste. If you're experiencing kidney failure, you could be a candidate for a kidney transplant. Keep reading to find out who's eligible to get a new kidney.
Oct 14th, 2022

How High Blood Pressure Can Lead to Kidney Damage

High blood pressure has been known to cause a lot of long-term problems but did you know kidney disease is one of them? Keep reading to learn how your high blood pressure could be damaging your kidneys.
Sep 1st, 2022

What’s Causing Blood in My Urine?

Blood in your urine is an alarming symptom that’s often due to an underlying condition. However, it may also occur after strenuous exercise or sex. Keep reading to learn more about the causes of blood in your urine and what to do about it.
Aug 10th, 2022

How Does Dialysis Work?

If you’ve been told you need dialysis for your kidneys, there may be a lot of uncertainty running through your mind. Understanding how it works can help calm your nerves about the process. Keep reading to learn more about dialysis.
Jul 10th, 2022

Signs You Could Be Suffering from Kidney Disease

Ever wonder why your kidneys are so important? And how can you tell when they’re not functioning as they should? Our specialty team explains what your kidneys do and the signs that something’s gone wrong.
Jun 24th, 2022

Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease is a common medical condition where your kidneys do not work as they should. Roughly 1 in 7 adults in the Untied States are affected by chronic kidney disease. In fact, nearly 90% of adults with CKD are unaware that they have disease
Jan 26th, 2022

Home Dialysis

Home Dialysis patients can dialyze from the comfort of home, giving them better control of their treatment scheduled, more time for themselves, their, their jobs and that activities they enjoyed before starting dialysis.
Oct 9th, 2021


Hypertension is another name for high blood pressure. It is a deadly disease that causes kidney failure, stroke and heart attack. Hypertension kills more people than any other condition, approximately 10 million people die each year.
May 1st, 2021

Peritoneal Dialysis

PD is a needle-free treatment that you can perform at home during the day or even at night while you sleep by using the lining of the abdomen to filter waste from the blood.
Nov 16th, 2020

Epidemic of Kidney Diease

Did you know that 8% of the United States population has a form of kidney disease. Do you have it? Did you have your yearly lab work done this year ?
Mar 12th, 2020