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Kidney (INACTIVE)

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  • Lupus Information

    Lupus.org Public Lacks Awareness of Serious Disease with Life-Threatening Complications (West Hartford, CT – CTLFA ) Most women likely can describe warning signs and health risks associated with breast cancer and heart disease, but according to a recent...
  • GDA Information January 16th

    Kidney Dialysis Jeh Jeh talked with Willie Sandra Kelley this morning -- a former dialysis patient, a transplant recipient and a dialysis technician at a Birmingham clinic. Chronic kidney disease includes conditions that damage your kidneys and decrease...
  • Walk KidneyWise Los Angeles

    Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Monica for a preview of the Walk KidneyWise Los Angeles. Sunday, March 7, the first-ever Walk KidneyWise Los Angeles (www.LosAngelesWalk.org) will take place at Ocean View Park at 2701 Barnard Way in Santa Monica, CA. This...
  • Grocery customer donates kidney to favorite cashier

    Grocery customer donates kidney to favorite cashier
    A month ago, Dan Coyne knew just two things about a cheerful cashier who worked at Jewel-Osco in Evanston: her first name and her need for a new kidney. On Friday, however, their lives became inextricably linked after Coyne donated one of his healthy...
  • Shake the Salt Habit for a Longer Life

    Shake the Salt Habit for a Longer Life
    The argument over how much salt in the diet is too much has been going on for decades. One camp says that we all need to eat less salt. The other scoffs at this tasteless idea, claiming that cutting back on salt would have little effect on public health....
  • Staying Attuned to Blood Pressure

    Staying Attuned to Blood Pressure
    Maybe your blood pressure has been normal for as long as you can remember, but that doesn't mean you should let it slip beneath your health radar. The older we get, the greater our chances of developing high blood pressure (also known as hypertension)....
  • Singer Becomes Voice of Kidney Charity

    Singer Becomes Voice of Kidney Charity
    Singer and Grammy Award-winner Natalie Cole has been named spokesperson of the non-profit United Kidney Research Organization (UKRO), which supports medical research related to the prevention, treatment and eradication of all forms of kidney disease. "As...
  • Know your diabetes ABCs

    Know your diabetes ABCs
    If you have diabetes, remembering to monitor your blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol levels is as easy as ABC. What They Are While being diabetic increases your possibility of having a heart attack, stroke and other diabetes-related problems,...
  • Diabetes drugs may leave heart at greater risk

    Medications for Type 2 (adult-onset) diabetes are very effective at controlling blood sugar levels. You'd think, then, that the drugs would also be very effective at controlling complications of the disease related to those spikes in blood sugar:...
  • Diabetes: A battle for control

    Diabetes: A battle for control
    Simply put, diabetes is a contest between people and their blood. For people whose bodies don't produce enough insulin to manage their blood sugar, the goal is a normal blood score, achieved through a balancing act of lifestyle and medication....
  • H1N1 Nasal Spray Vaccine Warning

    HIV/AIDS Individuals Urged to Not Take H1N1 Nasal Spray HOUSTON (Nov. 10, 2009) – Confirmed HIV/AIDS individuals and people who suspect they may be HIV-positive should not get the 2009 H1N1 nasal spray vaccine. The results of inhaling the live, but...