Articles for Tag: "kidney disease"

He knew something was wrong, but his diagnosis blindsided him 
He knew something was wrong, but his diagnosis blindsided him
An emergency department patient complaining of foot pain got a diagnosis he never expected. What was it?
This diet is trending, but does it work? 
This diet is trending, but does it work?
The “keto” diet is gaining popularity. An expert explains what it is and if it’s safe for everyone.
Lowering systolic blood pressure could save lives 
Lowering systolic blood pressure could save lives
Researchers found that when the top number is less than 120 there is a lower rate of cardiovascular disease.
Sudden cardiac arrest more common among blacks 
Sudden cardiac arrest more common among blacks
Certain factors may play a critical role, says a new study.
4 conditions more likely to affect men 
4 conditions more likely to affect men
In recognition of Men’s Health Month, here are some concerns guys need to know about.
What you don’t know about diabetes could hurt you 
What you don’t know about diabetes could hurt you
Are you one of the 77,000,000 Americans with prediabetes?
New approach to detecting transplant rejection 
New approach to detecting transplant rejection
A recent report identifies a new method to monitoring kidney transplant patients.