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4 hrs ago | The Des Moines Register
In what will likely be one of the greatest Secret Santa revelations of all time, Mercy Medical Center will introduce three kidney transplant recipients to their previously anonymous donors today.
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10 hrs ago | Coquitlam Now
When we think of saving a life, we think of someone jumping into freezing water to rescue people trapped in a car that slid off an icy road, or a firefighter running into a burning building to pull out a child.
17 hrs ago | Slugger O'Toole
Whilst Edwin Poots is still underfire over the `gay blood` ban being ` irrationa l`, new statistics from Northern Irelan d and the Republic have revealed that despite being a tiny proportion of the overall population, men who have sex with men account for over half of all new HIV cases.
No one needed to tell Houston's Robert Gandy that he would reap health and wellness benefits from continuing to work after he started dialysis four years ago.
Retirement marks the start of the golden years, the period when hard-working individuals can put their feet up to relax after a long, successful career.
CBS2's Lisa Sigell reports that the gathering at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center was to recognize living donor transplant "chains," which begins when a man or woman donates a kidney.
Please consider making an end of year tax deductible donation to The Oxalosis & Hyperoxaluria Foundation on December 3rd, 2013! Help support two Woonsocket residents that have the rare disease Primary Hyperoxaluria type 1. Nine year old Kate and five year old Addison have ph1 aka Primary Hyperoxaluria.
A new study led by University of Kentucky researchers suggests that a diet low in vitamin D causes damage to the brain.
A MAN, who suffered from kidney failure for two decades, has been given a new lease of life after finally receiving the transplant he has been waiting for.
DURING my time serving on the Jamaica Diaspora Advisory Board I was impressed with the many Jamaicans living overseas whom I met and who were giving back to Jamaica in so many ways, but especially via volunteering their time and their money for causes that were close to their heart.
Jessica Brown and Phillip Minnich hug on stage after being announced as the winners of the Director's Award at the Reading Buccaneers Drum & Bugle Corps' year-end banquet Saturday evening at the Inn at Reading, Wyomissing.
"It was awakening. It was brutal. It was devastating," said Ferman, who has been unable to work since.
Among kidney transplant recipients, non-adherence with immunosuppressive medications frequently precedes allograft loss.
The Rockville High School Unity Team is hosting a benefit variety show for two students battling serious illnesses.
Americans have come a long way in their acceptance of marijuana. Long gone are the days of "Reefer Madness," the infamous 1936 movie that depicted a couple falling into addiction and ultimately - madness.