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Important jobs of the Kidneys

  • Control chemicals and fluid in your body.

  • Help control your blood pressure.

  • Help keep your bones healthy.

  • Help your body make red blood cells.

Kidneys Locations

Most people have two kidneys. Each kidney is located near the middle of your back, one on each side of your spine.  Each kidney is connected to your bladder by a thin tube called a ureter.

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       Chronic Kidney Disease {CKD}

  • CKD means you have lasting damage to your kidneys that may get worse over time.

  • You are at higher risk if you: if you have diabetes, hypertension, dehydration, medication abuse, gout, urinary infection, family member with kidney disease, heart disease, over the age of 60+, African-American, Hispanic, Native American or Asian Pacific Islander; believe it or not germs from not washing hands or the chemicals when heating food in plastic containers.


You may not agree with all that is presented at the chronic kidney disease workshops, but one thing for sure you will thoroughly be informed and educated.

WallACE knows personally what he wrote about in his book Why Not Me and what he shared with others - both as a patient and an advocate. Through reading his powerful book, I am not on dialysis when I was told in 2016 I need dialysis.

When we are facing death or disaster; our cry is Why Me God; I heartily recommend reading Wallace's book.  I am sure it will shape your life and understand why most are faced with health issues, and say Why Not Me!

The number of people diagnosed with kidney failure has skyrocketed.  I supported the large kidney organization searching for a cure until Health & Awareness showed me how early detection and treatment can stop the progression.  Five years, I am still living with my kidneys.  Thanks, WallACE! 

Until there is a cure

10,000 Americans are diagnosed with kidney failure every month; Since 2000, there has been an 86% increase in the number of Americans with kidney failure. Kidney disease cannot be cured but if the cause is detected early and medical care providers offer prevention treatment millions of people can avoid the need for dialysis or kidney transplant in the first place.

Prevention is the answer

Patients must take an active role in their health care, treatment decision and comply with the medical providers if preventive care is provided. Due to the increased care of medication, unrestricted FDA imported foods, internet self-treatments this epidemic of kidney disease will continue to climb. Patients must gain preventive knowledge. Risk factors that cause kidney disease are manageable and must address and followed to receive the full effect of prevention healing.   Raising awareness must include education. - Preventive knowledge is power but sharing preventive knowledge is powerful.

“Nearly 97,000 people are on the kidney transplant waiting list. Over half of could have been preventive”

― Early detection, education, and treatment could have avoided over half.

Your kidneys are vital organs. You need them to live, just like you need your heart and lungs.  They filter waste and extra fluid out of your blood to make urine.


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