Tag Archives: Managing

The Doctor’s Kidney Diets: A Nutritional Guide to Managing and Slowing the Progression of Chronic Kidney Disease

* Winner of the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Health title In the United States alone, 26 million adults have chronic kidney disease (CKD), and experts project that over half the country may develop CKD due to rising rates of disorders such as diabetes. While nephrologists can monitor kidney function and treat patients with… Read More »

Is managing pain naturally safe?

by Biblioteca Rector Machado y Nuñez Pain can be caused by a wide range of factors such as injuries, health conditions, age, excessive exercise and others. Pain affects our ability to focus and perceive reality adequately because it impacts the region of the brain called lateral occipital complex. Not to mention the negative emotional effects… Read More »

Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed: The Complete Guide to Managing Kidney Disease and Avoiding Dialysis

Kick-start a kidney-healthy life with a 30-day meal plan from the author of the bestselling Renal Diet Cookbook Figuring out what you can and cannot eat when you or someone you care for is diagnosed with stage 1-4 chronic kidney disease (CKD) is overwhelming. No one understands this more than Susan Zogheib, a registered dietitian… Read More »

Managing a Pet’s Pain With Medicine

Not too long ago, veterinarians though pain served a purpose and was not to be treated in animals. They believed that pain was a natural way to keep an animal still and quiet so they could heal. However, today the thought is much different. Veterinarians now see that animal’s suffer much as humans do and… Read More »