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Symptoms of Kidney Stones: Common Symptoms and Treatments by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:02pm Introduction Tom Hanks, one of Hollywood’s leading men, has always been a favorite of mine when it comes to the movies from ‘When Harry met Sally’ all the way to ‘Angels and Demons’ that was released this year. But there’s one role that is laudable in my humble opinion, playing a corrections officer at Louisiana’s Cold Mountain Penite ... Read on »
Do Low-Carb Diets Increase Kidney Stone Risk? Let’s Ask The Low-Carb Experts by Jimmy M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 17 Mar 2011 1:41pm People have all sorts of ideas about low-carb diets based on what they’ve heard somewhere or just on what they think they know about them. It’s why concepts like “artery-clogging” saturated fats still pervade our culture despite all the scientific evidence to the contrary . It doesn’t help that these myths surrounding healthy carbohydrate-re ... Read on »
Preventing Kidney Stones by Dr. Gray Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Wed 06 May 2009 1:33pm I published an article recently that was a brief report regarding the prevention of kidney stones with lemonade. Since that time, it has received a ton of traffic. I thought maybe I’d post a little more information about kidney stones here. Calcium and phosphorous must be in a certain balance in the body. They are opposites. Drs. Page and ... Read on »
The Effective Means Of Treating Kidney Stones by Shilah C. Azib Posted Wed 20 Jan 2010 5:57am Doctors say that are generally not harmful. It only becomes harmful and even life threatening when a person suffering from it feels discomforting pain and presence of blood in their urine. Many experts say that the problem why people who are suffering from kidney stones is that they always tend to be complacent in keeping up with a heal ... Read on »
Do You Know What A Kidney Stone Is by Shilah C. Azib Posted Mon 16 Feb 2009 11:08pm Do you know what a kidney stone is? These are minerals are salts that are found in your urine and when it hardens, it becomes a stone. Most of the time, these are very small that it does not cause any harm but if they get bigger or it builds up, then there is a problem. Kidney stones do not just stay in the kidney. It can move to other part ... Read on »
Woman Lost Her Limbs Due to a Kidney Stone Infection and Sepsis– Legal Case Continues by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 1:15pm This could be anyone’s biggest nightmare.  This happened a number of years ago before electronic medical records were coming of age, but rather were in the infancy stage.  It does show how vital records can be in an emergency situation.  Recently there were a couple other stories like this in the news, the woman in New York and the model in Brazi ... Read on »
Kidney Stone Symptoms, Home Remedy Treatment and Shock Wave Treatment (cost of ESWL in the Philippines) by pehpot Posted Wed 11 Apr 2012 10:39pm I have been experiencing cramps on my lower abdomen and all along I thought it was just a menstrual cramps. Then 2 days after Christmas (at 3 in the morning), I experienced a sharp pain on my lower abdomen, right part and it goes down to my foot. Knowing that we have history on appendicitis (my sister had her appendix removed, my maternal grand ... Read on »
Iced Tea & Kidney Stones by Cindy M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:46pm Get rid of the soda and sugary drinks. Choose tea to boost intake of those heart-healthy antioxidants and otherwise beneficial flavonoids. We've all heard the good news about tea. What is not so well known is that iced tea contains high concentrations of oxalates, which are chief culprits in creating kidney stones. Oxalates are foun ... Read on »
Iced Tea & Kidney Stones by Cindy M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:05am Get rid of the soda and sugary drinks. Choose tea to boost intake of those heart-healthy antioxidants and otherwise beneficial flavonoids. We've all heard the good news about tea. What is not so well known is that iced tea contains high concentrations of oxalates, which are chief culprits in creating kidney stones. Oxalates are found in many p ... Read on »
Kidney Stones and Lithotripsy: More Lessons Learned about Healthcare by Chris K. Patient Expert Posted Sun 29 Aug 2010 12:35pm Yes, there will be blood! You know, the older I get the more I am inclined to believe that heart disease is just another symptom of a more systemic problem - getting old!  Since I became consumed by heart disease I have gone down the rabitt-hole of thyroid function (Hashimoto's in my case) and diabetes (currently prediabetic with Impaired Gluc ... Read on »