Kidney Health News
Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention: 'We Are Stronger Together'
The Democratic candidate accepts the historic nomination for president.
Balloon Drop Marks the Close of the 2016 Democratic National Convention
On a historic night, Hillary Clinton accepts the presidential nomination for the Democratic party.
Mahashweta Devi, Indian Writer, Social Activist, Dies at 90
Mahashweta Devi, a well-known Indian writer and social activist, who used her writing to give voice to the oppressed poor tribal and forest dwellers, has died
9/11 Worker Pleads for Medical Coverage With Billboards
A New Jersey man who spent three weeks looking for survivors in the days after the 9/11 attacks is using billboards to push for his kidney disease to be added to the list of covered conditions by a fund to help Ground Zero workers
Teen Nails Acapella Rendition of Celine Dion's 'Power of Love'
I time now for the makes everybody knows we're big fan of music they let us along compatibility and among some times. So hard to get back to one of my favorite thing alone sells half. I bring you. Queen Colleen. Celine. Beautiful and so why my playing the power who yeah. Damon had. It doesn't have
Correction: Yemen Story
In a story on July 26 about Yemen's dialysis centers reaching a breaking point, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Doctors Without Borders said import restrictions in Yemen are caused by the Saudi-led coalition waging war on Yemen's Shiite rebels. While rights groups have attributed
Luck Arrives at Camp With New Contract, New Perspective
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck says he's entering training camp 100 percent healthy
Aid Group: Yemen's Dialysis Centers at a 'Breaking Point'
Doctors Without Borders: Thousands of Yemenis needing dialysis in trouble as treatment centers face 'breaking point'
General Mills Expands Flour Recall After 4 More Illnesses
General Mills is expanding a flour recall issued over a possible link to an E. coli outbreak after four new illnesses were reported
Judge Gives Life to Friend and Fellow Judge With Kidney Donation
A Wisconsin judge is recovering after getting a kidney from an unlikely source: his best friend and fellow judge. Derek Mosley, 45, was diagnosed two years ago with renal failure . The municipal court judge in Milwaukee, Wisconsin knew that the disease could be deadly. " Kidney disease runs in my