Every morning, 23 million Americans suffering from diabetes must make careful decisions to manage their daily living: what to eat, what to drink, how to exercise – and even what toothpaste to use.
National Kidney Foundation unveils videos as National Hispanic Heritage Month starts in mid-September. New campaign launches in an effort to alert the public – particularly those who speak Spanish – about the prevalence and seriousness of kidney disease among Hispanics and the urgent need for more living kidney donors.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention heart disease, cancer, unintentional injuries (accidents), stroke, and diabetes are some of the leading causes of death among Latinos.
Learn your risk for heart disease and make your heart health a priority. Start by making simple lifestyle changes that will help you reduce your risk for heart disease and talk to your doctor for guidance.