Diabetes and Kidney Disease: Can You Reverse Kidney Damage?

  • November 20, 2017
  • Diabetes
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How are Diabetes andKidney Disease Related? Diabetes mellitus is more commonly known to the public as diabetes. The connection between diabetes and kidney disease has been known for decades. Diabetes can occur in one of two ways: When the body doesn’t produce enough insulin. When the body cannot properly use insulin that the body produces.
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Kidney Disease and Diet: Top 15 Best Foods

  • November 20, 2017
  • Food
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15 Top Foods for Kidney Disease and Diet Management Every day, it seems, medical research discovers more links connecting chronic diseases, inflammation, and the significance in what are known as “super foods” in preventing or protecting against unwelcome fatty acid oxidation. It comes as no surprise, then, that a relationship between kidney disease and diet
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About Kidney Disease and Stem Cell Therapy

  • October 30, 2017
  • Kidney Disease
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How Does Today’s Stem Cell Therapy Tackle Kidney Disease? Modern medicine has known about the immense potential of stem cells as a safe and profoundly effective therapy since the 1950’s. Since then, the study of these remarkable elements of the body has developed into a 21st century tool for combating a wide array of illnesses,
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Facts About Kidney Failure And Disease

  • September 6, 2017
  • Adult Stem Cells
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Facts About Kidney Failure And Disease More than 661,000 Americans have kidney failure. When these critical organs are healthy and working, they are essential in helping the entire body keep clean, strong, well-fueled and running properly. That’s why kidney failure (also known as renal disease) is such a high health risk. Renal disease prevents impurities
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