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Kidney (INACTIVE)

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  • A stroll through the park is what the doctor ordered especially when it fights kidney disease

    A stroll through the park is what the doctor ordered especially when it fights kidney disease
    Hundreds of people walked through Wasena Park Sunday afternoon, all to raise awareness about the importance of early detection for kidney disease and the importance of organ donations. Walkers of all ages registered to walk one mile at Wasena Park. They'...
  • Kidney stones tied to higher diabetes risk

    Kidney stones tied to higher diabetes risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who've suffered bouts of kidney stones may have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes later on, new research suggests. A number of studies have observed that people with diabetes are more likely to form kidney...
  • Mountain for some, molehill for others

    Mountain for some, molehill for others
    Despite several decades of urging from doctors and government officials to cut back on salt, a culprit in high blood pressure, most Americans aren't paying much attention. Americans consume, depending on which study you look at, an average of 3,000 to 4,...
  • Kidney donors speak out on risks

    Lisa Giles didn't expect anything major to go wrong when she became a living organ donor to help her older brother. Doctors told her the surgery posed little risk and that she could live a long, healthy life with a single kidney. But immediately after...
  • Study reveals strongest link yet between organ transplants, cancer

    Study reveals strongest link yet between organ transplants, cancer
    The most comprehensive study ever on the link between organ donations and cancer is arming physicians with new data that could help make the procedures safer. Organ transplant patients get new kidneys, livers and lungs that save their lives, but they...
  • Dialysis Patient Inspires Others to Live Life to the Fullest

    Dialysis Patient Inspires Others to Live Life to the Fullest
    He's run marathons, completed nearly two dozen triathlons and biked more than 4,000 miles cross country. "I'm healthy, I'm happy, I'm married, I'm doing the things that I thought I would never accomplish as a ten-year-old child given this diagnosis,"...
  • Seattle man finds a kidney donor on Facebook

    Seattle man finds a kidney donor on Facebook
    Damon Brown, a Seattle married father of two, got desperate for a kidney donor when doctors told him in July that his kidneys were failing.  So he turned to Facebook. “I really kind of put myself out there, saying I needed a transplant, was...
  • Red meat lovers have more kidney cancer

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who eat lots of red meat may have a higher risk of some types of kidney cancer, suggests a large U.S. study. Researchers found that middle-aged adults who ate the most red meat were 19 percent more likely to be...
  • Actor Nick Cannon Back at Home After Kidney Surgery

    Actor Nick Cannon Back at Home After Kidney Surgery
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Actor Nick Cannon, husband to singer Mariah Carey, is back home after being released from a Los Angeles hospital. Doctors treated Cannon, 31, for mild kidney failure. He is now resting and recovering at home, according to a...
  • March is National Kidney Month

    Gayle Anderson was live in Compton to learn about the groundbreaking research at Charles R. Drew University Reducing Chronic Kidney Disease disparities among minorities since March is National Kidney Month and Thursday, is World Kidney Day....
  • Kaiser Transplant Patients Express Their Fear and Fury

    "I don't know what's going on here," Bernard Burks wrote to Kaiser Permanente's kidney transplant program last October, "but whatever it is, it's wrong." Burks, 56, was among hundreds of patients forced to shift to Kaiser's new San Francisco program...