Kidney Friendly Recipes

April 2, 2016 David Scott Get Inspired & Eat Kidney-Friendly!Diet and nutrition are very important to helping individuals with kidney diseases live well. Depending on your Stage of kidney disease, and the presence of other possible health conditions such as diabetes, your recommended kidney diet can change over time. Read More

132 Organizations Ask for Key Medicare Part D OOP Reforms in Budget Reconciliation Package

October 1, 2021 Jennifer Duplessie September 9, 2021 Chairman Ron Wyden Senate Committee on Finance 219 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 Chairman Frank Pallone House Committee on Energy and Commerce 2125 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Chairman Richard Neal House Committee on Ways and Means 1102 Longworth House Office Building Read … Continue reading “132 Organizations Ask for Key Medicare Part D OOP Reforms in Budget Reconciliation Package”

My Story with Battling High Potassium

May 1, 2021 Deb Pelaez Potassium nearly took my Life!By Jonathan E Traylor, Sr.Potassium is a mineral and an electrolyte. It helps your muscles work, including the muscles that control your heartbeat and breathing. Potassium comes from the food you eat. Your body uses the potassium it needs. Read More

Coronavirus Resources

March 12, 2020 Admin COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ *Developed by AAKP Ally, the American Society of Transplantation*AAKP On covid-19 vaccine allocation & clinical trialsCOVID-19: Kidney Patient Planning for a Safe Holiday Season (Click to Watch)AAKP HealthLine Webinar – Get the Facts: Read More

What’s causing me to bruise so easily and what I do to prevent it?

August 28, 2016 David Scott It seems like every time I bump into something, I bruise. What’s causing me to bruise so easily and is there something I can do to stop it? Bruising, also called ecchymosis, is caused by extravasation or leaking of blood into the skin. The bleeding is the result of a … Continue reading “What’s causing me to bruise so easily and what I do to prevent it?”

Slowing Kidney Disease

August 28, 2016 David Scott Slowing the Progression of Kidney Disease Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a condition where the kidneys are damaged. Kidney damage can be estimated using the serum creatinine, persons age, race and gender. This calculation is known as the eGFR. Read More