close
This ad will auto close in 10 seconds
History of kidney injury complicates pregnancy

History of kidney injury complicates pregnancy

Women with any past episode of kidney damage, despite recuperation before pregnancy, were likely to face complications like premature delivery and pre-eclampsia, a study has found.

Smoking during pregnancy may impair children's kidney

Smoking during pregnancy may impair children's kidney

A new research has revealed that expectant mothers should not smoke during pregnancy as it might impair children's kidney.

Eat these fruits to keep your kidney healthy!

Eat these fruits to keep your kidney healthy!

One should eat a healthy balanced diet to lead a good and healthy lifestyle. 

Drink green tea to reduce kidney damage caused by cancer drug 'cisplatin'

Drink green tea to reduce kidney damage caused by cancer drug 'cisplatin'

Everyone knows that green tea is a healthier substitute to normal beverages like coffee and other types of tea and also promotes many health benefits.

Scientists find process by which APOL1 gene aids kidney disease

Scientists find process by which APOL1 gene aids kidney disease

According to a paper publishedin the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, a Children`s National Health System research team has come up with a novel process by which the gene APOL1 contributes to kidney disease.

Kidney has no religious labels: Sushma Swaraj after Muslim man's offer

Kidney has no religious labels: Sushma Swaraj after Muslim man's offer

Kidney has no religious labels, this is what External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, undergoing treatment for renal failure, tweeted while thanking a Muslim man who offered her his kidney.

Sushma Swaraj undergoing treatment for kidney failure in AIIMS

Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj admitted in AIIMS after kidney failure today. Watch complete news story for getting detailed updates!

Delhi doctors remove massive 7kg tumour from woman's kidney

Delhi doctors remove massive 7kg tumour from woman's kidney

The surgery on the 35-year-old woman lasted for 6 hours and the doctors also managed to save the organ.

Post trial scientists develop tablet to prevent kidney cancer relapse

A recent trial demonstrates that consuming oral tablet Sunitinib for one year reduces the likelihood of cancer returning for kidney cancer patients following removal of the kidney. 

How antibiotic-resistance are making kidney infections more deadly

Pyelonephritis -- infection of the kidney usually caused by E. coli bacteria and which can start as a urinary tract infection -- causes fever, back pain and vomiting. 

80% Delhi-NCR residents suffering from obesity: Survey

Around 80.7 per cent of people residing in Delhi-NCR region are suffering from obesity -- though 78.5 per cent continue to consider themselves as having normal weight, according to a survey.

Kidney disease sufferers doubled in India in 15 years

The number of Indians suffering from chronic kidney ailments has doubled in the past 15 years, and at present 17 in every hundred citizens suffer from some form of kidney disease, health experts have said.

Kidney racket busted; four booked

The matter came to light after a social worker informed the police that a kidney transplant operation scheduled for today had to be stopped as the kidney donor and recipient were not related.

Airlifted from Varanasi, hockey legend Mohammad Shahid under Indian Railways' care

Airlifted from Varanasi, hockey legend Mohammad Shahid under Indian Railways' care

The 1980 Moscow Olympics gold medallist, Shahid, 56, was admitted to Medanta Medicity Hospital in Gurgaon after a bout of jaundice and dengue made his condition worse

Kidney scam: One more staff of doctor detained

The Delhi Police has detained one more staff of a doctor working at the city-based Indraprastha Apollo hospital in connection with the kidney racket busted a week ago, a senior police officer said on Friday.

Pune's first incompatible blood group kidney transplant performed

For the first time in Pune, an incompatible blood group kidney transplant was performed on 9-year-old Girish Thorat, a padiatric patient. The kidney was donated by his maternal grandmother.

How many hospitals in India are involved in kidney racket?

Watch and know how many hospitals in the country are involved in kidney racket.

Kidney racket revealed in Apollo hospital

Watch this bulletin and catch all the latest news and updates here.

Inflammatory reasons for diabetic kidney disease revealed

 A team of researchers, including an Indian-origin scientist, has identified key inflammatory mechanisms underlying Type 1 diabetes and obesity-related kidney dysfunction.

Kidneys' innate clock affects body's metabolic processes

The findings were published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.