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National Kidney Foundation of Michigan Provides Tips About Managing Diabetes Through Physical Activity
As the weather gets colder, it can sometimes be more challenging for people to get motivated to exercise outside. For people with diabetes, and those at risk, physical activity is essential in managing your health.
Earlier this summer, the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) selected 17 individuals on dialysis or with a kidney transplant across the state of Michigan to receive academic scholarships through the Swartz/Ferriter College Scholarship Program.
National Kidney Foundation of Michigan Offers Tips to Increase Fruit and Veggie Intake
National Kidney Foundation of Michigan and Health Alliance Plan Offer Free Exercise Classes in Mount Clemens
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) and Health Alliance Plan (HAP) are hosting a free exercise program at the Jermaine Jackson Community Center, located at 58 Orchard St. in Mount Clemens.
For the sixth consecutive year, the NKFM has received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, the leading charity evaluator in America.
National Kidney Foundation of Michigan offers summer eating tips for people with diabetes
NKFM encourages men with diabetes to get healthy during Men's Health Month in June
Former Detroit Lion Lomas Brown and Detroit Lion running back Joique Bell Attend to Help Fight Kidney Disease
Former Detroit Lion Lomas Brown and Detroit Lions Running Back Joique Bell Set to Walk
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.