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Kidney health, chronic kidney disease: What PCPs need to know

Kidney health, chronic kidney disease: What PCPs need to know
May 18, 2017

CDC data estimate that more than 20 million people in the United States have chronic kidney disease with varying levels of seriousness. In addition, the American Kidney Fund — a nonprofit organization that works on behalf of those with kidney disease — suggests that nine out of 10 people who have moderately decreased kidney function may not even know it.

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Nearly 1 billion people lacking vitamin D

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Almost 1 billion people worldwide may have deficient or insufficient levels of vitamin D, due to chronic disease, use of sunscreen, inadequate dietary sources, and…
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CDC: Blacks living longer, but still lag behind whites

May 8, 2017
Although the death rate for blacks declined 25% from 1999 to 2015, there are still disparities between blacks and whites, according to a recent CDC Vital Signs report…
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Kidney disease plays major role in cardiovascular deaths

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By 2013, cardiovascular deaths attributed to reduced kidney function outnumbered kidney failure deaths globally, suggesting that early detection and treatment of chronic…
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Kidney health, chronic kidney disease: What PCPs need to know

May 18, 2017
CDC data estimate that more than 20 million people in the United States have chronic kidney disease with varying levels of seriousness. In addition…

In the Journals

Nearly 1 billion people lacking vitamin D

May 15, 2017
Almost 1 billion people worldwide may have deficient or insufficient levels of vitamin D, due to chronic disease, use of sunscreen, inadequate…

In the Journals

CDC: Blacks living longer, but still lag behind whites

May 8, 2017
Although the death rate for blacks declined 25% from 1999 to 2015, there are still disparities between blacks and whites, according to a recent CDC…

In the Journals

Kidney disease plays major role in cardiovascular deaths

April 25, 2017
By 2013, cardiovascular deaths attributed to reduced kidney function outnumbered kidney failure deaths globally, suggesting that early detection and…

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Significant gaps in kidney disease care worldwide

April 21, 2017
There are vast interregional and intraregional differences in kidney care around the world, with significant gaps in care in both developed and…

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CAC associated with CVD risk in chronic kidney disease

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Among adults with chronic kidney disease, coronary artery calcification was significantly and independently associated with CVD, MI, HF and all-cause…

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Benefits, harms of osteoporosis medications in chronic kidney disease uncertain

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