Kidney stones - Are they a warning sign?

Leave No Kidney Stone Unturned

There’s no kidney-ing around with kidney stones, this common problem can be the cause of a lot of pain. In our blog, we leave no kidney stone unturned. We’ll discuss what kidney stones are, the potential dangers to your kidney, and the importance of clinical trials. Your Kidney Matters – So Should Kidney Stones Stones, …

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Early liver disease detection can double survival rate.

Liver Health Plans Include Fibroscans

Waiting to diagnose a liver condition is dangerous and unnecessary, especially when fibroscan technology offers the ability to assess liver health in a quick and non-invasive manner. Read our latest blog discussing the unique benefits of fibroscan testing and why all liver health plans should include fibroscans! Fibroscans – The Silver Lining of Liver Health  …

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Understanding End Stage Kidney Disease - learn more in our blog.

Be on the Same Page as End Stage Kidney Disease

In the United States alone, nearly 786,000 individuals are living with end-stage kidney disease (ESKD), which is why being on the same page regarding kidney health is vital. To learn about the essential functions of the liver and how ESKD affects said functions read our blog below! The Importance of Our Kidneys  Think of your body and …

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The progression of liver disease.

Liver Disease & How It Unfolds

Your liver is vital to your everyday health – join us in discussing the dangers of liver disease and how it unfolds. The largest organ in your body also deserves to take up space in your mind! The Silent Killer Your liver is a life-sustaining organ responsible for various essential functions, but what happens when …

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July 28th is World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day

World Hepatitis Day occurs every year on July 28th and highlights the need to accelerate the fight against viral hepatitis. This year’s #HepCantWait campaign serves to amplify the voices of the people affected by viral hepatitis. Together with our communities, we call for immediate action to end the stigma and discrimination. What is Hepatitis? Hepatitis …

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3 Reasons to Consider Joining a Study for Men's Health Month

3 Reasons to Consider Joining a Study for Men’s Health Month

June kicks off a critical time for men during Men’s Health Month. This initiative serves as a platform to increase awareness of health conditions prevalent in men and what steps to take for early intervention and prevention. Clinical research plays a vital role in advancing care options for these conditions. While there are many ways …

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NASH: The elephant in the room

NASH: The Elephant in the Room

When liver disease comes to mind, many are more familiar with the types that occur in heavy drinkers of alcohol or from hepatitis C. On the contrary, the most common chronic liver condition in Western populations is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). NAFLD affects people who drink little to no alcohol but face the same …

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The Progression of Liver Disease: Stages and Complications

The Progression of Liver Disease: Stages and Complications

When an organ performs over 500 essential functions, you can understand why our overall health and life depend on it working well. There are over 100 different liver diseases, and each has the potential to damage the liver and interfere with its ability to function correctly. Even though numerous diseases affect the liver, most progressively …

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Are you familiar with the common causes of kidney disease?

5 Common Causes of Kidney Disease

Your kidneys are responsible for cleaning your blood, helping control blood pressure, making red blood cells, and more. When your kidneys are damaged, waste products and fluids can build up in your body. Various health conditions can affect the functions of the kidneys and may eventually lead to them failing if left untreated. Here are …

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STUDIES ARE ENROLLING NOW!

Kidney/Liver Disease

Do you or someone you love have kidney or liver disease? If so, currently enrolling research studies may be an option in your area.