WHY NATIONAL KIDNEY MONTH IS IMPORTANT
- It reminds us to be good to our bodies
Make sure you take care of your body and your vital internal organs so they can continue taking care of you.
- It’s a chance to express gratitude for our health
If you have fully functional kidneys, be grateful! Take a minute to feel gratitude for all the internal organs that do the invisible, daily work of keeping us alive.
- It shows that science is awesome
Just a few decades ago, kidney disease could mean a death sentence. Today, although it’s still a serious and frightening illness, we can often fight off kidney failure with dialysis and organ transplants.