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  1. photo Early Symptoms of <b>Kidney</b> <b>Disease</b> and How to Keep Your <b>Kidneys</b> HealthyEarly Symptoms of Kidney Disease and How to Keep Your Kidneys HealthyTreatment
    to some other illness. Because of this, only 10% of people with chronic kidney disease know that they have it. Furthermore, your kidneys can easily adapt to the infection as they lose their function. It’sRead more
  2. photo How To Repair Your <b>Kidneys</b> Naturally Using Baking SodaHow To Repair Your Kidneys Naturally Using Baking SodaTreatment
    , such as kidney stones and kidney failure. In case of a kidney disease, the kidney either reduces its efficiency or completely stops to function. Fortunately, in case of a chronic kidney disease, patients canRead more
  3. photo Researchers tie mass <b>kidney</b> failures in Sri Lanka to harmful agrochemicalsResearchers tie mass kidney failures in Sri Lanka to harmful agrochemicalsNews
    Hundreds of thousands of people living in Sri Lanka are suffering from chronic kidney disease, a painful and debilitating condition that causes the organs to stop functioning over time. The illnessRead more
  4. photo Improve <b>kidney</b> and urinary tract health with these key herbsImprove kidney and urinary tract health with these key herbsNews
    and weak due to chronic inflammatory processes in the body. The most common issues that destroy kidney tissue are diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and chronic infections.Chronic kidney disease (CKDRead more
  5. photo Keep <b>kidneys</b> healthy by drinking wineKeep kidneys healthy by drinking wineNews
    that was collected between 2003 and 2006 from the National Health and Nutrition Examination. Of the almost 6,000 people whose data was studied, about 1,000 of them had kidney disease that was considered to be chronicRead more
  6. photo Surprising foods that promote <b>kidney</b> damageSurprising foods that promote kidney damageNews
    increased the risk of chronic kidney disease. Water is a better choice, as it helps flush the body of its toxins.Genetically modified foodsWith their heavy reliance on processed foods, people eat a great dealRead more
  7. photo Active vitamin D helps remove toxic aluminum in <b>chronic</b> <b>kidney</b> <b>disease</b> patientsActive vitamin D helps remove toxic aluminum in chronic kidney disease patientsNews
    study from the Department of Pediatrics, of the Ankara University School of Medicine, found that active vitamin D can help remove pent-up aluminum from the kidneys of chronic kidney diseaseRead more
  8. photo Researchers find that 'quality' diets high in fruits and vegetables, low in sodium are good for <b>kidneys</b>Researchers find that 'quality' diets high in fruits and vegetables, low in sodium are good for kidneysNews
    to be music to many people's ears. Quite simply, researchers found that an improved diet may help protect the kidneys, lessening the complications and frustrations that many with chronic kidney disease (CKDRead more
  9. photo Scientists say high-protein diets increase risk of <b>kidney</b> problemsScientists say high-protein diets increase risk of kidney problemsNews
    people to prioritize eating meat and eggs over fruits and vegetables. This places further strain on the kidneys and also increases the risk of chronic diseases including cardiovascular diseaseRead more
  10. photo Japanese Water Therapy – The Great Cure For Many <b>Diseases</b>Japanese Water Therapy – The Great Cure For Many DiseasesTreatment
    . The Japan Medical Association approved this therapy as successful in treating chronic diseases, and also certain diseases of the modern era. According to them, the water therapy is 100% effectiveRead more

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Chronic kidney disease


Chronic kidney disease (CKD), also known as chronic renal disease, is a progressive loss in renal function over a period of months or years. The symptoms of worsening kidney function are not specific, and might include feeling generally unwell and experiencing a reduced appetite. Often, chronic kidney disease is diagnosed as a result of screening of people known to be at risk of kidney...More