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Promoting Kidney Health at Black Family Reunions

The National Kidney Disease Education Program has created the Family Reunion Health Guide to help discuss kidney health, heart disease and diabetes. The guide encourages families at these gatherings to talk about their health history and risk factors in hopes that sharing this information can help people get tested and make lifestyle changes, says a press release

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