Kidney Health News
$95.6M awarded to Philadelphia building collapse survivor
An arbitrator has awarded $95.6 million to a Ukrainian immigrant who was seriously injured in a 2013 Philadelphia building collapse
Israeli PM to undergo procedure for kidney stone
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office says he will undergo a medical procedure to remove a kidney stone
Pirates icon Willie Stargell's widow raises ire with memorabilia auction
PITTSBURGH -- The family of Baseball Hall of Famer Willie Stargell said it is hurt and angry that his widow is auctioning his memorabilia, including his World Series ring and his National League MVP award. The auction, being conducted by SCP Auctions Inc., began Wednesday, the Post-Gazette
Hall of Famer's widow causes stir with memorabilia auction
Memorabilia from baseball Hall of Famer Willie Stargell is being auctioned and family members say they're hurt and angry that his widow is selling the items
Preschool teacher to give kidney to student’s father: 'She's giving me a second chance at life'
An Iowa dad will undergo a life-saving transplant thanks to his son's teacher. Darreld Petersen, 34, will receive a kidney from Nancy Bleuer, 54, who is donating her organ to him on June 1. "It's just amazing," Petersen of Mason City, Iowa, told ABC News. "There are people waiting every day for a
Preschool teacher donating kidney to student's father
Darreld Petersen, 34, will undergo a kidney transplant thanks to his son's teacher, Nancy Bleuer, 54, who is donating her organ to him on June 1.
Trump meets with Pope Francis at the Vatican
ABC News' Devin Dwyer and Jordyn Phelps recap the president's morning at the Vatican.
National Guard to test residential wells for toxic plume
The Michigan National Guard plans to test residential drinking wells near its main training facility after a plume of toxic chemicals was discovered in groundwater
April 8, 1983: Roger Moore on the difference between American and English film industries
"In England, they stop shooting at 5:30 ... because the English like to go home at 6 o'clock and watch whatever their favorite soap opera is and have their steak and kidney pie," Roger Moore told ABC News.