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Common Blood Pressure Meds May Cut Risk of Early Death in Kidney Patients: Study

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Cost of Kidney Donation May Deter the Poor

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Depressed Diabetics May Face Higher Risk of Kidney Disease

Diabetes Complication Rates Drop Among U.S. Adults

Diabetics Fare Well After Kidney Transplants, Study Finds

Dialysis Benefits Pregnant Women With Kidney Disease, Study Finds

Diet to Reduce Blood Pressure May Also Stave Off Kidney Stones

Donating a Kidney May Carry Hidden Insurance Costs

Early Sign of Kidney Disease Often Ignored, Study Says

Easter Lilies Toxic for Cats, FDA Warns

Eyes Might Be Window Into Common Heart Disorder

Getting Teeth Pulled Before Heart Surgery May Pose Serious Risks

Health Tip: Protect Your Kidneys

Higher Spending on Poor Leg Circulation May Not Pay Off

Injected Substance Used With CT Scans Seems Safe for Kidneys: Study

Kidney and Thyroid Cancer Rates Up Among U.S. Children, Study Finds

Kidney Donation a Low-Risk Choice, Study Finds

Kidney Injury During Surgery Tied to Risk of Heart Problems

Kidney Patients May Face Serious Side Effects From Weight-Loss Surgery

Kidney Patients May Gain From Less Salt

Kidney Procedure Might Help Ease Tough-to-Treat High Blood Pressure

Kidney Transplant Beats Intensive Dialysis, Study Says

More Muscle May Help Kidney Dialysis Patients

Most Women on Kidney Dialysis OK With Their Sex Lives: Study

NephroCheck Test Approved to Predict Kidney Injury Risk

New Dialysis Machine Treats Tiniest of Newborns

New Study Paints Grim Health Picture for Obese Teens

New Test Helps Doctors ID Kidney Disease Cause

Obesity Tied to Decline in Kidney Function

Older Adults Can Safely Donate a Kidney, Study Finds

Outcomes Improving for Kids With Kidney Transplants

Outpatient Care for Kidney Disease May Lead to Complications

People With Kidney Disease Show Higher Cancer Risk in Study

Popular Southern Fare May Harm Your Kidneys

Rheumatoid Arthritis May Harm Kidneys

Seat Belts, Air Bags May Save Your Kidneys

Severe Obesity Cuts Up to 14 Years Off Life: Study

Severe Obesity in Teens Tied to Possible Kidney Problems

Signs of Early Kidney Damage Found in Some 9/11 Responders

Smaller Belly, Less Deli May Reduce Kidney Disease Risk, Study Finds

Sports Injuries Can Damage Kidneys, Study Finds

Statins Don't Prevent Kidney Disease Progression, Study Finds

Statins May Help Prevent Diabetes-Related Nerve Damage, Study Finds

Study Finds Kidney Stones Linked to Weakened Bones

Study Finds Two Drugs Aren't Better Than One for Kidney Disease

Sugary Soda Habit May Harm Kidneys, Study Suggests

Type of Kidney Disease May Dictate Cancer Risk

U.S. Life Expectancy Hits Record High of Nearly 79 Years: CDC

Ultrasound Trumps CT Scan for Diagnosing Kidney Stones in Study

Upping Vegetable Protein Intake May Help People With Kidney Disease

Urine Test May Spot Heart, Kidney Risk in Kids With Type 1 Diabetes

Walking Could Be Key Step Against Kidney Disease

Walking May Be Good Medicine for Kidney Patients

Warfarin Safe for Kidney Patients With Irregular Heartbeat: Study

Will a Warmer Climate Mean More Kidney Stones?

Will Kidney Stones Recur? New Test Might Tell

Younger Blacks on Dialysis Fare Worse in Poor Neighborhoods: Study


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