You can reduce your risk of kidney stones with the right diet and lifestyle habits.
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By Jamin Brahmbhatt, MD
Publication date: Monday, April 27, 2015
Summer in Florida usually means visits to beaches and sun-filled vacations.
But for urologists it has traditionally led to more visits from patients who develop kidney stones from dehydration.
In recent times, however, kidney stones have become less of a seasonal occurrence. Due to changes in the common American diet, including the increase of fast food consumption, we are seeing more cases of kidney stones all year long.