Global Warming May Up Kidney Stone Risk: Study

For four years, Sue May of Valdosta, Ga., lived with the pain of four minuscule fragments of stone-hard minerals in her kidney. And according to May, now 64, an experience with kidney stones is just as painful as it sounds. "You feel horrible," May says. "When you have this, it's a constant infection, and a lot of pain that goes along with it. "Sometimes it felt like someone had drilled through my back and into my kidney." May eventually underwent a 2½-hour procedure to rid herself of the...Full Story
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