- Understanding Chronic Kidney Disease
- Kidney Disease Stages
- What Is a Nephrologist?
- What to Expect with CKD
- Kidney Disease Management
- Understanding Acute Kidney Injury
- How Kidneys Work
- Take a FREE CLASS on Kidney Disease
March is National Kidney Month!
Defend your kidneys by learning about the importance of kidney health and talking to your friends and family about getting their kidney function tested. To help spread the message and drive awareness, Fresenius Kidney Care has partnered with Sean Elliott to share his journey back to the NBA after his fight with kidney disease.
More than 1 in 7
people have chronic
kidney disease (CKD)1
90% of people
with stage 3 CKD don’t
know they have it1
2 in 5 adults
with severe CKD don’t
even know they have
Know the signs
Discover how to recognize the symptoms of CKD and when to talk to your doctor.
Timely and regular testing is the best way to determine kidney function levels and diagnose CKD.
Taking action early can slow the progression of CKD. One easy move is eating a kidney-friendly diet.
Kidney-friendly recipes everyone will love
Try something new and make your next game day spread a slam dunk by including our sauce-less BBQ baby back ribs and our Mediterranean Cauliflower Pizza shown above! Download our free Game Day Cookbook full of healthy, delicious recipes.
1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Chronic kidney disease in the United States, 2021.
LEARN ABOUT YOUR KIDNEY HEALTH
Our easy-to-read kidney health 101 infographic can help you and your loved ones understand the importance of kidney health and getting tested.
FREE KIDNEY EDUCATION CLASS
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