Courtesy of you, the entire KaiserCutting the food absorbed phosphate not save dialysis patients LivesDoctors often ask kidney disease patients on dialysis, the amount of phosphate they consume in their diet limit, but that does not help make them live longer, according to a study that issue in an upcoming the Clinical Journal of the American Society Nephrology . The results even suggest that prescribing low phosphate content of diets may increase dialysis patients risk of premature death.
The program recently added the option for patients with low-income housing in response to studies that show drug users with stable housing are more likely give up drugs successfully live.. The Press of Atlantic City reports that more clean needles were distributed by the program – 60,001 as of Jan. 5 – than similar programs in Camden, Newark and Paterson. Cash – Cash – director of the city Health and Human Services Department – said: Word of mouth apparently working to help clean needles clean needles.Continue Reading