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April is National Minority Health Month. The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) is recognizing Minority Health Month by educating communities on how to manage and prevent diabetes, which is disproportionately higher in many minority groups.
For the more than 80,000 Americans currently on the national waiting list for a kidney transplant, the need for immediate action is real. For Sheila Jackson, the need became urgent almost immediately.
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) is recognizing National Kidney Month this March and World Kidney Day on March 14 by educating residents on the connection between diabetes and kidney disease.
March is National Kidney Month and March 14 is World Kidney Day.
2012 NDEP Frankie Award Winners
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) is recognizing African American History Month this February by spreading awareness about the increased risk of diabetes and kidney disease in African Americans, and the importance of health management to prevent these chronic health conditions.
January is the start of a new year, and a time when many people make New Year’s resolutions to be healthier. Maintaining a healthy weight and staying active can help prevent a number of chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes, which is the leading cause of kidney failure.
On Saturday, December 1st the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM), the largest affiliate of the National Kidney Foundation in the United States, gathered friends and supporters for the 8th Annual Kidney Ball: Motown Magic at the MGM Grand Detroit.
NKFM receives grant from United Way to expand health programs