Ultrasound treatments may help protect the kidneys after surgery, according to a new study.
A digital diaper that can tell parents if their infant is sick could be within reach.
Researchers discovered a potentially new way to treat arthritis and cancer without the side effects that increase heart attack and stroke risks.
Tunisia has announced three new cases and one death from the SARS-linked novel coronavirus, which has finally received a name and which has affected 40 people worldwide.
Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate mothers, generally with cards, flowers and chocolates.
A surgeon at Mount Sinai Medical Center, one of New York City’s most esteemed hospitals, has been summarily dismissed from his duties after it came to light that he removed the wrong kidney from a patient.
The government also says that two people are seriously ill from the condition.
Unfortunately, the same could not be said for men’s beer bellies.
Researchers announced that they have successfully created a kidney using a scaffold that can produce urine in rats when implanted.
People with "apple-shaped" bodies or "muffin-tops" are more predisposed to an increased risk of kidney disease and developing cardiovascular problems later on in life, according to a new study released Thursday.
Growth hormone therapy can help treat symptoms in children with kidney failure, according to a new study.
Andrew Wardle says that he has bedded 100 women.
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.
A woman gave her boyfriend of less than a year a kidney this Valentine's Day.
Common anti-fever drugs like ibuprofen or naproxen can lead to significant kidney injury in children, says a new study article. Researchers have found that these medications are especially dangerous to children who have suffered from dehydration due to flu or other illnesses.