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Kidney Stones can be prevented with herbal formula Renalis by franklinb Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:11pm Renalis Herbal Formula for Kidney Stone Prevention Approximately twelve out of every 100 people, or 12% of the population, will develop a kidney stone at some point in their lives. This conditions prevalence begins to increase as we reach around 40 years of age, and chances of stone formation continues to climb well into our 70s. Kidney ston ... Read on »
What Are Kidney Stones by Shilah C. Azib Posted Wed 21 Jul 2010 12:23am Kidney is one of the most sensitive and important organs of the body so if something happens to it, necessary steps have to be taken to make sure that there is still time to fix the problem. When the kidney fails then there is a greater chance that the organs will fail as well. One of the most common ailments to strike the kidney is ... Read on »
Treating Kidney Stones by KidneyHealth .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm PAUL MONIZ: What you're looking at is a patient undergoing shockwave lithotripsy. That is just a fancy name for breaking up kidney stones. If you've ever had a kidney stone, you can say with certainty you know all about pain. I'm Paul Moniz. Thanks for being with us. Kidney stones effect some one million people in the US every year. More men tha ... Read on »
What’s Worse than a Kidney Stone? or, “The Part II I had Hoped I Wouldn’t be Writing” by HealthReformWatch.com Posted Mon 01 Aug 2011 11:19pm …broke out in a cold sweat and quickly began writhing around and wailing in pain like a wild animal caught in a bear trap. The pain came in excruciating waves radiating as though I had just been punched below the belt– repeatedly. that might be difficult to answer. But I’m going to go with two kidn ... Read on »
Identifying Kidney Failure by KidneyHealth .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm LISA CLARK: I'm Lisa Clark. Thank you for joining us for this webcast. The statistics are sobering. An estimated 1 out of every 12 people in America suffers from kidney and urinary tract diseases. Kidney disease is one of the most expensive chronic disease to treat, and partly due to an aging population, it has become the ninth leading cause of dea ... Read on »
February 22, 2011 by Michael B. Posted Tue 22 Feb 2011 4:16pm As I have been writing, I have been hearing from others around the world about how kidney disease has affected them or their family members.  I have to be honest, I think I have been ignorant, or at the very least naïve, about the many causes of kidney disease. As you know, my kidney disease and the need for a transplant is a direct result of ... Read on »
Introduction To Kidney Disease by Vicky .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Feb 2009 10:21pm 1 Comment I had answered an interesting question earlier today. Not once, but twice. "Why don't doctors clean out a person's kidney with special instruments? Get in all the nooks and crannies so that the kidney will work"? Well, I wish it was that simple. Kidneys that are failing have scars. Irreversible scars. Once a kidney is damaged you can ... Read on »
Kidney Disease — A Quiet, Sneaky Epidemic. Are You At Risk? by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 May 2014 1:17pm By Bob Aronson As I did the research for this blog, I “Cherry Picked” information from a great many sources.  I am not a medical professional, but made every effort to ensure that the information I used came from experts.  I have identified sources where possible.  This is a blog, it is made up of a good many opinions.  You should no ... Read on »
How to keep your kidneys healthy by VidyaSury Facebook Posted Sat 01 Jan 2011 11:44pm I recall seeing an interesting poster at the hospital when I used to take my mother there for her check-up. It said,"you can be alive if your brain is dead. but if your kidneys stop functioning, you are really dead" or some such thing. Point was - with a temporarily non-functional brain, the body can still be "alive". But kidneys fail, and that' ... Read on »
Albuquerque, Spokane and Kidney Stones by Harper Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 12:19am I traveled with the Women's basketball team for the first and second round games to Albuquerque. Wonderful city. Good food. Nice people. Nice Weather. It also didn't hurt that the women upset Baylor in the second round, meaning the next weekend I was out in Spokane for the Sweet 16. We didn't do so well out there against Stanford (who is curr ... Read on »