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Alcohol and kidney damage

Alcohol abuse can damage many organs in our body. This can also happen with our kidneys. The occasional use of alcohol does not pose problems, but alcohol abuse certainly does.

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The importance of Positive Psychology

Prolonged quarantine, constant information about the coronavirus, anxiety and insecurity about the future, thoughts about developments, financial uncertainty are just some of the factors that can have a detrimental effect on our psychology and mental health.

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Sodium and Chronic Kidney Disease 

I suffer from kidney failure. Should I limit salt? Yes! It is essential that you limit salt! When suffering from kidney failure, excess amounts of sodium - salt are accumulated in the body and create several problems.

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Fluid management while staying at home

One of the biggest challenges for dialysis patients is the management of fluids. However, the importance of this management is maximized during quarantine, as prolonged stay at home can lead the dialysis patient to further fluid intake and overeating.

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Stress management - It 's OK not to be ok...

In every crisis, in the face of a threatening event, as humans, we develop defenses and different behaviors. But at the same time we are afraid, anxious and experience a shock, until we adapt to the new data ... and this is logical, it is expected…

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Diabetes Mellitus - a "sweet" but risky enemy

What is diabetes mellitus? Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a group of diseases characterized by high blood glucose levels, resulting from weakness / insufficiency of insulin production by the body, limited activity of insulin produced or a combination of both conditions (CDC 1998). What are the risk factors for Diabetes Mellitus?

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