1. Monitor blood pressure and cholesterol.

2. Control weight.

3. Don’t overuse over–the–counter painkillers.

4. Monitor blood glucose.

5. Get an annual physical exam.

6. Know if chronic kidney disease (CKD), diabetes or heart disease runs in your family. If so, you may be at risk.

7. Don’t smoke.

8. Exercise regularly.

9. Follow a healthy diet.

10. Get tested for chronic kidney disease if you’re at risk.

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