Kidney Today Blog Archive
Topic: Healthy living

Five steps to make sure you’re ready for winter weather

Author: Heather Jordan, MPH  |  Posted:

With winter weather on the way, it’s especially important to be prepared to take care of yourself in case the weather prevents you from getting to your dialysis center. There are some simple steps you can take to make sure you are prepared and have access to the things you need to stay healthy in the event of a winter storm. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Living with kidney disease, Healthy living

Six Steps to Control Your Blood Pressure

Author: Jerry Penso, M.D., MBA  |  Posted:

A routine doctor’s appointment often involves a health professional checking your blood pressure. The screening is not painful or stressful and typically takes less than a minute to measure. However, the results of this simple test may identify a condition that, when managed, could help reduce your chances for stroke, heart attack and kidney disease. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Kidney disease prevention, Healthy living

Stay Healthy During Flu Season!

Author: Connie Bell, RN, MPH  |  Posted:

We are in the midst of the the dreaded flu season, and people with kidney disease or other chronic health conditions are at a higher risk for flu complications. But there are many ways that you and your loved ones can reduce your chances of catching and spreading this bug. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Healthy living

Managing Chronic Conditions a Key to Healthier Aging

Author: Cora Plass  |  Posted:

Adults with kidney disease may face an increased risk of disability and loss of independence because they are likely to have other co-occurring health conditions, particularly diabetes and high blood pressure. Managing multiple conditions can be a challenge. Fortunately, help is available through in-person and online self-management education workshops. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Living with kidney disease, Healthy living

Celebrate Labor Day with Kidney-Friendly Tips and Recipes

Author: Lauren Elkins, R.D.  |  Posted:

It’s hard to believe that summer is winding down, with Labor Day quickly approaching. Many people mark this holiday as a last opportunity to enjoy the nice weather over a long weekend. Celebrations typically include firing up the grill to barbeque, packing a picnic for the park or taking one last family vacation. As you prepare for the upcoming holiday, enjoy these kidney-friendly tips and recipes to ensure healthy and cheerful festivities. READ MORE >>

TOPICS: Living with kidney disease, Healthy living
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