It’s World Kidney Day! Prevent kidney disease now — here’s how.

Listen: an interview with Joyce Jackson


Joyce Jackson


What do kidneys do, and what happens when they don’t work well?

How do diabetes, high blood pressure and genetic conditions impact your kidneys?

And, perhaps most important — what can you do right now to prevent kidney disease?


Find out from Joyce Jackson, our president and CEO. She’s interviewed by David Summers, host of “Spotlight on the Sound,” a half-hour show aired on Salem Radio in Seattle.


If you’re in the Seattle area, you can also hear the interview at 5 a.m. March 12 on KLFE 1590AM, 4:30 a.m. March 13 on KKOL 1300AM, and 5 a.m. March 13 on KGNW 820AM.


Watch: tips from Connie Anderson

Today is World Kidney Day, a time to highlight kidney disease and spread the word about ways to prevent it. Watch the two-minute video below to get simple tips for living a healthy, active life without kidney disease. The star of the show is Connie Anderson, our vice president of clinical operations.



March is National Kidney Month and March 10 is World Kidney Day. Check out what we’re saying on Facebook and Twitter, and help us spread the word about preventing kidney disease! Use #KidsAndKidneys to share stories and prevention tips throughout March.