The risk factor for chronic kidney disease includes diabetes and high blood pressure. To ensure kidney health, it’s essential to prevent risk factors and follow healthy lifestyle options. Routine medical evaluation is a must once a person crosses 60 years
While high glucose presence in the urine of diabetic people makes them more susceptible to UTIs, practising genital hygiene and managing blood sugar and pressure levels could keep UTI-causing microbes away
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