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Cure Kidney Disease with Renadyl by Kodjoworkout Posted Mon 14 Oct 2013 4:30pm Why Renadyl? Renadyl provides a natural way to treat and possibly cure kidney disease. Here is why Renadyl works; as your kidneys get overloaded and impaired, they favor a buildup of poisonous (nitrogenous) waste in the bloodstream consisting of uric acid, urea, creatinine, nitrosamines and indoles and phenols. The accumulation of these t ... Read on »
Natural Remedies for Kidney Disease by Kodjoworkout Posted Sun 13 Oct 2013 8:11pm As you may know, kidneys key function is to remove waste matter and regulate salt balance and blood pressure. When the kidneys fail to perform properly, they swell, and cause you to urinate excessively; not to mention cause cardio vascular complications including shortness of breath. As a result, ... Read on »
The functions of Our Organs by Diane P. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:19pm To better understand how your body reactions to the foods we ingest and toxins, we will explain the functions of your vital organs. Liver Largest glandular organ in the body. Produces substances that will breakdown your fat. Produces Urea. Makes certain amino acids for your body. Filter harmful substances from your blood. e ... Read on »
Caring For A Patient With Kidney Failure by Shelly V. Facebook Posted Fri 17 Feb 2012 6:17am by Shelly Verma, ContributingWriter When it was first diagnosed, I found it very difficult to accept the fact that my father had kidney failure. After his bypass surgery, he suffered from a UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) for more than a year. We did not realize that this was the beginning of the end of his kidneys. He would have trouble whe ... Read on »
What Have I Done Wrong? by sawling Medical Doctor Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 6:04pm The sarcasm continues fact, it has been going on all week, and it has really killed me over, I think. It was ward round day. My boss has not seen anyone all week because he has too many duties and chores to attend to. So this was his first time meeting all his beloved patients. We had alot of patients, and the ward round dragged on ... Read on »
Blood Work: Understanding BUN and Creatinine by Lauren B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Aug 2008 8:33am In order to determine kidney function, a blood test called the BUN Creatinine is performed. BUN stands for b lood u rine n itrogen. It measures how much urea is present in the bloodstream. High levels of urea indicate that the kidneys are having trouble filtering it out. The most noticeable effect of impaired kidney function is a marked decrease ... Read on »
Got a Kidney Problem? Take These Kidney Tests by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 6:08pm < p>If you’ve been having problems lately  with mysterious pain and soreness in your back, think about talking to your doctor about having some kidney tests done There are a number of diseases and disorders that can cause a kidney problem . Some come on “out of the blue,” as the saying goes, and they quickly escalate into extr ... Read on »
Sick Kid, Part 2 by Adam THOMPSON Posted Mon 28 Sep 2009 4:48pm Finally this is the second part after my post, Sick Kid. I must apologize for the delay but work and school is killing me has me going literally days without sleep and I am still not getting caught up with anything. Anyway, I thought this would take little time to post since I am just transcribing a previous con-ed presentation I made up and a pa ... Read on »
Curcumin is Curry's Secret Agent That Can Fight Painful Inflammation by Jan Posted Thu 04 Feb 2010 12:00am Curcumin is a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory that has the potential to provide far-reaching health benefits. It has been shown to be helpful in rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatitis, Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, diabetic retinopathy, and cancer. All of these diseases share underlying inflammation that ... Read on »
February 8, 2011 by Michael B. Posted Tue 08 Feb 2011 1:30pm By all indications, one of the necessary evils of dealing with any disease is the constant and consistent need for blood work.  To break it down to the simplest terms, blood work is often what is used to confirm or refute an initial diagnosis.  If the diagnosis is confirmed, then this will, inevitably, lead to many, many more needle sticks.  Of c ... Read on »