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Kidney disease and alcohol consumption: Causes of kidney pain after drinking alcohol

It is often advised to avoid alcohol consumption if you have kidney disease as it can result in kidney pain, among other complications. Furthermore, consuming over four alcoholic beverages can worsen kidney disease. The CDC estimates at least two out … The post Kidney disease and alcohol consumption: Causes of kidney pain after drinking alcohol appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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