Get to know what increases the risks of kidney stones.
The use of mineral water has increased exponentially through the couple of decades; however, we have no idea whether or not it is good for our health. Luckily, mineral water happens to be good for our body than tap water and so on. Here are seven health benefits of mineral water.
Researchers devised a new test that can predict peoples' risk of experiencing a second kidney stone.
A new study found that higher temperatures could promote the growth of kidney stones.
According to a new study, normal doses of calcium supplements might be too high for some older women.
A new study found that 14 percent of kidney stone patients suffer from complications.
This month is National Kidney Month! Despite the fact that you cannot live without them, many people know little about what the kidney does. The hard-working organs are responsible for filtering waste from your blood, producing red blood cells and Vitamin D and regulating blood pressure levels. As kidney disease is the ninth leading cause of death in the United States, you may want to know about surprising culprits for kidney damage so that you can avoid – or manage – them.
Women who regularly took Vitamin C supplements had a 20 percent greater chance of developing cataracts, which is a leading cause of blindness.
In a recent study, scientists have found that melamine, which is a common chemical used in the manufacture of crockery, can increase the risk of kidney stone. This is especially if the cookware is old and/or of an inferior quality.