Kidney Today Blog Archive
Topic: Education

Adapting to the new normal: AKF’s Kidney Action Days transform into Kidney Action Week

Author: Carlos Aparicio  |  Posted:

Taking place from September 14-18, the free, weeklong event will feature virtual activities that anyone can participate in from the safety of their home. The event will include healthy cooking demonstrations, education sessions led by experts, fitness demonstrations, Ask a Nephrologist and Ask a Dietitian Q&A sessions, and other opportunities for participants to interact with AKF and share information. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Coronavirus, Covid-19, Education, AKF programs, Kidney Action Day, Healthy eating, Healthy living

A caution about self-medication for kidney patients

Author: AKF Staff  |  Posted:

While seeking out information is an important part of being empowered to fight kidney disease, the internet is full of doubtful claims and outright false information. Separating fact from fiction—and understanding that supplements and alternative drugs can interact with prescribed drugs or cause harm in other ways—is especially important for kidney patients. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Education, News, Research, Living with kidney disease, Healthy living

Community wellness for an at-risk population in Santa Barbara

Author: Michael Fisher, M.D.  |  Posted:

Throughout my career as a nephrologist, I’ve taken a keen interest in rising rates of diabetes among children and what that means for their future health, since diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure. And I’ve been especially focused on how this manifests itself in Hispanic communities, both in South America and in Santa Barbara, California, where I live. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Education, Kidney disease prevention
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