Friday Five – National Kidney Month
Building Paths to Better Kidney Care
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (@NIDDKgov) believes that being an active participant in your kidney care is important. Watch their video to learn a few ways you can build your own personalized path to better kidney care.
The National Kidney Foundation Highlights Disparities During National Kidney Month
March is National Kidney Month, and the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is marking the occasion by warning the public about persistent disparities in chronic kidney disease (CKD). The warning is part of an urgent call to action for all people, especially people in communities of color, to take a minute for their kidneys, know their risk factors and find out “Are You the 33%?”
Nutrition & COVID-19: The Importance of Keeping it Kidney Friendly Webinar
Check out the American Association of Kidney Patients’ Webinar, Nutrition & COVID-19: The Importance of Keeping it Kidney Friendly. Learn how to easily up your food game from health professionals and patient experts!
Our ‘Nutrition & COVID-19: The Importance of Keeping it Kidney Friendly’ webinar is now LIVE. Learn how to easily up your food game from health professionals and patient experts!
— American Association of Kidney Patients (@KidneyPatients) March 17, 2022
Mount Sinai’s Dr. Michael Palese on the Most Common Kidney Problems
#MountSinaiLive: Dr. Michael Palese joins us to discuss the most common kidney problems, what causes kidney stones, and how to maintain your kidney health in honor of #NationalKidneyMonth. https://t.co/l6UTg5BeZ4
— Mount Sinai Health System (@MountSinaiNYC) March 16, 2022