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    Kidney disease and Edema in Legs
    Kidney disease and Edema in Legs

    We decided to dedicate this May to edema. Edema is an important topic because many different factors can contribute to developing it, thus making it a wide, and common problem. In the past articles, we talked about edema in pregnancy (a problem that affects ¾ of pregnant women), edema caused by heart failure, and lymphedema. In this article, we will be covering yet another factor of edema – kidney failure.

    Heart disease and Edema
    Heart disease and Edema
    Heart diseases are the number one health problem in the United States, and in the world. According to the website of Centers for disease control and prevention, about 647,000 Americans every year die from heart diseases. With those numbers, heart disease is the reason for every 4th death in America. Only in the United States every 37 seconds a person dies from heart disease, also according to the website.
    Pregnancy and Edema
    Pregnancy and Edema
    Edema in legs is a common health problem, especially in pregnancy. It is an unpleasant and hard problem that affects the quality of everyday life. Luckily, it can be treated, reduced, and taken under control. As we said, pregnancy carries a lot of health issues with it, and it can be a hard time for some women.