If You Have Heart Disease, Keep a Close Eye on Your Kidneys

Having one disease increases the risk you’ll develop the other.


Cleveland Clinic preventive cardiologist Luke J. Laffin, MD, likens the relationship between heart disease and kidney disease to that of a married couple. “If one is not happy, the other is not likely to be, either,” he quips.

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