In cases of chronic kidney disease, there are a number of conditions which can and do occur concomitantly. One of the worst of these is cardiovascular disease. Heart attacks and strokes can often prove fatal or otherwise completely devastating and
It’s a known fact that people with chronic kidney disease are at an exponentially higher risk for heart failure and infection as per the results of a new study which followed approximately half a million patients. according to a new
If you have chronic kidney disease, chances are you also have high blood pressure. If you do, however, you may not even be aware of it, as a large number of people who have high blood pressure rarely notice the
According to study results which were recently presented at the American Society of Nephrology’s Kidney Week, women who develop kidney stones have a higher likelihood of developing certain serious chronic diseases during pregnancy, such as gestational diabetes and gestational hypertension.
High blood pressure and chronic kidney disease may very well go hand in hand in a vast number of CKD patients, but what’s a safe way to go about treating one ailment without aggravating the other? As we’ve stated before
Controlling your blood pressure could help you in more ways than one. A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine showed that those chronic kidney disease patients who took greater care to watch their blood pressure levels experienced a 14%
Unwitting salt addicts rejoice! A new study from China’s Daping Hospital’s Center for Hypertension & Metabolic Diseases at Third Military Medical University in Chongqing has shed some new light on the benefits of consuming spicy foods. The study may prove