Kidney Transplants From Hepatitis C Donors Are Possible; Antiviral Regimen Cured Patients' Condition
A recent study has shown that when kidneys from hepatitis C patients are transplanted into healthy recipients, the virus can be eradicated through a course of anti-viral medications.
Is Running A Marathon Bad For Your Body? Physical Stress From Long-Distance Running May Damage Kidneys
Researchers at Yale find marathon running can lead to short-term acute kidney injury.
Kidney Transplant Rejection Latest: How Cells Transform And Damage Donated Organs
Immune cells morph and destroy donated organs, making people reject their new kidneys.
What Is Klotho? Anti-Aging Hormone Deficiency Is Early Sign Of Kidney Failure In Diabetes Patients
New study has identified deficits of "anti-aging" hormone Klotho as an early sign of kidney failure in diabetes patients.
Salty Skin Is A Sign Of Heart Problems For People With Kidney Disease
Why is your skin so salty? Your heart might be enlarged.
From Dark Leafy Greens To Canned Tuna; 9 Healthy Foods That Are Toxic If You Eat Too Much
These nine healthy foods, from dark leafy greens to canned tuna, can be toxic if you eat too much of them.
After Smelling Your Breath, New Device Can Diagnose 17 Diseases Including Cancers, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Kidney Disease
A breakthrough new device can tell you what disease is making you sick or waiting to strike, including cancers, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis and kidney disease.
Painkiller Overdose: How Much Ibuprofen Is Too Much In One Day?
Over-the-counter painkillers seem harmless, but there are limits to how much you can safely take in one day.
These 8 Causes Of Death Made US Life Expectancy Fall For The First Time In 23 Years
Since World War II, life expectancy in the United States mostly rose until 2015. What accounts for the recent dip?
What Is Edema? Symptoms Of Dangerous Condition And What To Do
Fluid building up in your body could be simple bloating, or it could be a sign of a serious medical condition.