Knoxville (WVLT) - Damaged kidneys could lead to more problems for older adults.
A new report found bad kidneys put elderly people at a greater risk of heart failure, stroke, and other cardiovascular diseases.
Given the findings, experts say seniors should try to control high blood pressure and high cholesterol to keep heart problems from arising.
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