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The holiday season can be a difficult time for managing and preventing diabetes—holiday gatherings, football playoffs, and other celebrations make it hard to stick to a healthy diet because of all the unhealthy foods that are readily available.
If you are one of the millions of Americans with a long-term health condition like asthma, diabetes, stroke, heart or lung disease, this important information about the flu applies to you.
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) has partnered up with Gift of Life MOTTEP (Minority Organ Tissue Transplant Education Program) to provide free health screenings in northwest Detroit.
While eating healthy foods is important for everyone, it’s essential for people with diabetes, and for those who might be at risk for developing diabetes. The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) is recognizing Fruit and Veggies: More Matters Month by educating Michigan residents about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables in order to manage and prevent diabetes and other chronic health conditions.
If you have diabetes, you know that managing diabetes can be hard. Talking with your family about your diabetes and some of the struggles you face can help you deal with the stress, emotions, and other challenges in your life.
For the fifth consecutive year, the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) has been recognized for its success in sound fiscal management by receiving a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator.
Results of NKFM’s Living on Through Love program appear in June 2012 issue of Progress in Transplantation.  
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) is recognizing National Men's Health Month in June by educating men about their risk for kidney disease and its leading cause, diabetes.
On Sunday, May 20, the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) held its annual Kidney Walk at the Detroit Zoo.
This spring, the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) partnered with Lincoln Golden Ages to offer the Diabetes Personal Action Towards Health (Diabetes PATH) program to about a dozen participants.