Prevent Kidney Disease
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By Lora Wilson
When Glenn Johnston was faced with kidney failure, his wife Patty decided to get tested to be his donor. Check out Patty's personal story and learn the facts about living donation.
By Katie Tiedtke, R.D., L.D.
Whether you're striving to maintain a healthy weight or are working to shed those extra pounds, it can be difficult getting started–especially after a transplant. Fortunately, a few healthy lifestyle changes can help you get to and maintain that healthy weight. Get our top tips here.
By Ben Charlson
Ben Charlson's health problems began when his kidneys failed at three years old. But through years of dialysis and two transplants, Ben's optimism about life never wavered. Click here to read Ben's inspiring journey back to health.
In July 2011, 20 children attended the NKF of Illinois' annual Kidney Camp, a free week-long camp for kids with kidney disease. However, the week was cut short for three of the campers when their parents received the call that organs had become available for their children. Fourteen-year-old Justice Diamond was one of those kids. Check out Justice's amazing story here.
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