Watch our webinar on eating healthy with diabetes and kidney disease
Lori Martinez-Hassett, a registered dietitian, discusses how diet and lifestyle choices can keep both conditions in check.
Diabetes and kidney disease
Diabetes is the leading risk factor for kidney disease and the number one cause of kidney failure. Learn what you can do to help prevent or control diabetic kidney disease.
How to talk to your doctor about CKD
Here are some tips to help you work with your doctor before, during and after your appointment.
Heart disease and kidney disease
Heart disease can cause kidney disease, but kidney disease can also cause heart disease. Learn more about the connection.
High potassium complications
Having too much potassium in the blood can be dangerous. Luckily a controlled diet and medicine can help limit potassium.
Phosphorus in the kidney disease diet
Discover how to manage phosphorus through diet and medicine, and the consequences of not managing it well. Watch this 60-minute educational webinar today!
Phosphorus and kidney disease - Grocery shopping
Watch this video and learn more about finding kidney-friendly food options at the grocery store.
Types of clinical trials
Learn about the different types of clinical trials like treatment trials, prevention trials, genetic trials, and more.
What is Stage 2 CKD?
Stage 2 kidney disease means kidney damage and an eGFR between 60 and 89. Learn more.
Kidney disease in children
There are unique considerations and challenges that come with being a child with kidney disease (pediatric kidney disease). Learn more from our webinar.
What is Stage 1 CKD?
Stage 1 kidney disease means kidney damage and an eGFR greater than 90.
How is a kidney-friendly diet different?
A kidney-friendly meal plan limits how much of certain minerals and fluid you eat and drink. This can help keep the waste and fluid from building up and causing problems.
Treatment for CKD
Damage to your kidneys is usually permanent. Although the damage cannot be fixed, you can take steps to keep your kidneys as healthy as possible for as long as possible. Learn about the treatment options for CKD.
Depression in kidney disease patients
Our webinar, “Depression: the overlooked complication of kidney disease,” was one of our most widely attended. This post summarizes some of the key information presented in the webinar.
Anemia in chronic kidney disease
Anemia occurs from a lack of red blood cells. Learn about the causes, symptoms and treatments of anemia and how it relates to Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).
Fact Sheet: All about kidney disease
Download and share this fact sheet about kidney disease.
Tests for kidney health
If you catch and treat kidney disease early, you may be able to prevent it from getting worse. Learn about the tests that are used to check your kidneys.
Find a clinical trial
Looking for clinical trials? Use our easy search tool to find clinical trials that may be of interest to you.
Preparing for a kidney transplant
There are many steps you need to take to get ready for a kidney transplant. Learn about transplant evaluation, finding a match, costs and transplant surgery.
Slowing Down CKD—It Can Be Done
Nine years at stage 3 CKD and holding—Gail Rae-Garwood shares her experience about slowing down CKD.
Chronic Kidney Disease: A General Overview
View this 60-minute educational webinar to expand your knowledge about kidney disease and the treatment options available to you.
Learn more about what your kidneys do, what makes you more likely to have kidney disease and what tests you should have to check your kidney health.
Infographic: 5 quick facts about kidney disease
What are the most important things you need to know about kidney disease? Our infographic breaks it down into five quick facts.
Phosphorus and kidney disease
Watch this video and learn more about managing your phosphorus in real-life situations.
Become a kidney health coach
Learn how to become a Kidney Health Coach. Take our online course.