is at risk for kidney disease
Kidney disease often has no symptoms, and can go undetected until advanced stages. A simple blood and kidney test can tell if you have kidney disease. Remember, it is important to get tested because early detection and treatment can slow or prevent the progression of kidney disease.
To Healthier Kidneys
- Keep blood pressure and diabetes in check. High blood pressure and diabetes are the two leading causes of renal failure.
- Get tested.
- Reduce the use of OTC pain medicine.
- Cut down on processed foods.
- Quit smoking.
- Get active!