World Kidney Day

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AKA NameGiornata Mondiale Del Rene
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2023 Date9 March 2023
2024 Date14 March 2024
World Kidney Day

World Kidney Day History

World Kidney Day seeks to raise awareness about the importance of kidneys. Humans have two kidneys, located on either side of the spine in the lower abdomen. They are responsible for removing waste products and excess fluids from the body. Kidneys also release various hormones and produce vitamins. This day aims to inform the world about ways to prevent kidney disease.

World Kidney Day was established in 2006 by the International Society of Nephrology and the International Federation of Kidney Foundations. It is observed annually on the second Thursday in March.

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World Kidney Day Facts & Quotes

  • The theme for World Kidney Day in 2023 will be Kidney Health for All – Preparing for the unexpected, supporting the vulnerable.
  • Kidneys are essential organs with a lot of responsibility. According to, your kidneys are responsible for making urine and removing any waste or extra fluid from your blood. They help control your body's chemical balance and your blood pressure and they also keep bones healthy. They even help the body make red blood cells.
  • The leading cause of Chronic Kidney Disease is diabetes. Diabetes results in high blood sugar levels, which causes organ damage and affects the kidneys abilities to filter waste.
  • The cumulative global cost for dialysis and transplantation over the next decade is predicted to exceed $1 trillion.
  • It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver - Mahatma Gandhi

World Kidney Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Drink plenty of water - 6 to 8 cups daily. Water helps keep your kidneys healthy by helping them flush out waste.
  • Smoking increases the risk of kidney cancer by 50%. If you or someone you know smokes, why not try quitting? Smoking reduces the flow of blood to the kidneys which can cause them to operate inefficiently.
  • Limit your consumption of over-the-counter pills such as Ibuprofen as they can cause damage to your kidneys.
  • Get your kidney function checked if you are in a 'high risk' category.

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