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On Earth Day, Recycle your Life!

Happy Earth Day, everyone! What will you be doing today, this month, every day, or all the time, to celebrate?

Our family is honoring Earth Day in several ways: My son is participating in National Turn off the TV Week (a voluntary effort to raise awareness that life without television is not torture and can even be fun!), my DH is taking our gas-"friendlier" vehicle to work (instead of his sports car), we're all taking special care to remember to turn off our lights, computers, monitors and electronic devices...

...and I'm right here, promoting National Donate Life Month.

What? NDLM and Earth day, together? Am I out of my mind? How could one possibly draw a connection between the two? Here's your answer...

My Kidney Blog World Kidney Day Contest

World Kidney Day (WKD) is on March 13, 2008 - "The purpose of World Kidney Day is to raise awareness about the importance of our kidneys – an amazing organ that plays a crucial role in keeping us alive and well – and to spread the message that kidney disease is common, harmful and treatable."

... and what better way for this kidney patient to promote awareness than by creating a contest?

Win something from me while winning some knowledge about your kidneys and how to keep them healthy.

Party ON!

Ultimate Blog Party 2008 Here's something fun to do, and while it has absolutely nothing to do with kidneys (or health or medications) it certainly can't be bad to party with me at the Ultimate Blog Party 2008! Fun and crazy parting on the net - woo hoo!

Without further adieu, let me introduce myself to you...

I'm Krissi. I'm a 31 year old optimistic realist, and My Kidney Blog tells you about (part of) my life's story: of my life-long journey with chronic kidney disease (CKD), kidney failure (ESRD), hemo-dialysis and kidney transplantation.

Vitamin Toxicity in CKD/ESRD Patients; Avoid "Airborne"

Have you seen the news about "Airborne"?

"...The makers of 'Airborne'... will refund money to consumers who bought the product, as part of a $23.3 million class action settlement agreement [based on false advertising]..."

Did you know that if you're a chronic kidney disease (CKD) or kidney failure (ESRD) patient, you shouldn't be taking this stuff anyway? Wanna know why?*

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