If you're sense of smell isn't what it used to be — check your kidneys

If you notice your sense of smell — or your appetite – isn't what it used to be, you may need to get your kidneys checked. I'm sure you know that smell plays a significant role in how we experience the taste of our food. So a diminished sense of smell can limit your ability to enjoy your meals. But what you may not realize is that olfactory deficits are a common symptom of kidney disease.

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Why you're at serious risk for kidney disease — and how to avoid it

We hear a lot these days about protecting the heart. We also hear a lot about protecting our brains. But what about your kidneys? According to new statistics, we need to pay better attention to our kidneys.

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The connection between constipation and Parkinson's disease is greater than we expected

The problem with Parkinson's disease is that something that's only a minor aggravation in a person without the disease, can be a much more significant aggravation in a person dealing with Parkinson's. Such is the case with constipation. Constipation is a very common issue in Parkinson's disease. In fact, researchers suspected that it might be even more common than people report. So they conducted studies to try to gather some objective information about this frustrating symptom. They found that the problem is much worse than we thought. The good news is that I have an answer for these patients.

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