The Disturbing Hypothesis for the Uptick in Kidney Disease

The Disturbing Hypothesis for the Uptick in Kidney Disease
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In its early stages, chronic kidney disease can lurk silently in the body, causing no symptoms at all. Eventually, as these vital organs fail, the hands and feet start to puff up, and sufferers feel nauseated, achy, and itchy. When the disease reaches its last stage, the kidneys fail and you can die.

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