World Kidney Day
Your kidneys function as a filtering mechanism. Urine is produced through kidneys, which additionally clear out waste from the blood. Many chemicals in the blood are controlled through the kidneys. In celebration of World Kidney Day, we believe that if you incorporate these few steps in your daily life, you will experience a difference in…
As the world marks the World Kidney Day (WKD), medical experts who spoke to The Guardian, have said no fewer than 45,000 Nigerians die yearly owing to kidney failure.
SignalADoc is celebrating World Kidney Day, a global campaign that aims to raise awareness of the importance of our kidneys to our overall health and to reduce the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems worldwide. The theme for this year is “Kidney Health for All – Preparing for the unexpected,…
10 Mar 2022
Today, March 10, 2022, is World Kidney Day (WKD). More than 20 million Nigerians are living with kidney disease and no fewer than 20,000 of the number are coming down with End Stage Kidney Disease
25 Mar 2020
Ahead of the World Kidney Day (WDD), March 12, scientists have raised fresh concerns that the global rate of people dying with renal disease has seen a sharp increase
15 Mar 2019
World Kidney day observed second Thursday in March of every year, is celebrated as a global awareness campaign aimed at raising the awareness of the importance of Kidney. It also is also used to create awareness among people that most of the kidney diseases are preventable and curable. The day is celebrated in 66 countries…
14 Mar 2019
Today is World Kidney Day (WKD). Until now, diabetes and high blood pressure as well as poor diet, lifestyle and obesity have been identified as the leading causes of poor kidney damage.
10 Mar 2019
As the World Kidney Day is observed on Thursday March 14, 2019, Nigerians have been advised to adopt a healthy lifestyle and regularly visit their doctors to prevent kidney diseases.
4 Mar 2018
Ahead of World Kidney Day coming up on Thursday, Nigerians have been advised to live healthy lifestyle, as this would help to prevent diabetes...
9 Mar 2017
Researchers have found that eating meals rich in ginger (Zingiber officinale), onion (Allium cepa) and garlic (Allium sativum) could be the novel preventive and therapeutic diet or drug against the menace.