March is National Kidney Month!

This is a special time set aside to raise awareness about kidney health and activities. RSN invites members of the kidney community, our friends and our families to join in the conversation.

Here are some things you can share to engage your community and circle of family and friends and help raise awareness of kidney health.

Take part in RSN’s Kidney Month Social Media Challenge!

Share your story through a video or a text post, explaining the significance of kidneys and why they are crucial. Don’t forget to tag @RSNhope with #RSNKidneyMonth

Share and Raise Awareness About Kidney Disease:

Share these kidney quotes and health facts with your friends on social media. Use the hashtag #NationalKidneyMonth and tag us @RSNhope.

Original art by Bonny Butler

Original art by Bonny Butler

Original art by Bonny Butler

Learn about Kidneys

Lessons in Chemistry of the Kidneys

The kidneys are incredibly important organs in our bodies that play a vital role in maintaining our overall health and well-being. In chemistry lessons, it is essential to understand their functions and their significance in maintaining proper chemical balance within the body.

Watch Kidney Stuff with Neff & Nuff

Introducing Neff & Nuff, RSN’s kidney pals. In their animated video debut they talk about what can damage your kidneys. This video is also available in Spanish via the button below. 

Watch:  Kidneys Need Care, Give Them a Pat on Your Back!

Watch this presentation to learn about the body’s master chemist, the kidneys!

Watch:  Seymour Jones and the Temple of Chronic Kidney Disease

Do you know the warning signs of kidney disease? Watch the trials and tribulations of Seymour Jones as he tries to make the public aware of the warning signs of Chronic Kidney Disease. Produced by Renal Support Network and Directed by Stephen Furst.

Visit the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Kidney Month web page for information about how to talk with your health care provider about kidney health.

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