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Kidney Disease (INACTIVE)

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  • Homeless encampment an issue at City Hall

    Homeless encampment an issue at City Hall
    Homeless advocates and a city councilwoman sharply criticized Monday a Rawlings-Blake administration plan to remove an encampment of about a dozen homeless people this week from under the Interstate 83 overpass in central Baltimore. But administration...
  • How common is eclampsia today?

    How common is eclampsia today?
    A popular "Downton Abbey" character died in childbirth from eclampsia in a storyline that shocked audiences. But what exactly is eclampsia, and does it kill modern-day moms? Barbara Deller, a nurse-midwife and senior maternal and newborn health adviser...
  • Gary S. Hill, former Hopkins chief of pathology

    Gary S. Hill, former Hopkins chief of pathology
    Dr. Gary S. Hill, an internationally renowned renal pathologist and the former chief of pathology at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, died Tuesday from lung cancer. He was 74. Dr. Hill pioneered a new technique for biopsies of tissue, in addition...
  • McDaniel prof's latest book probes the big questions of fourth grade

    McDaniel prof's latest book probes the big questions of fourth grade
    Lisa Graff, an author who teaches children's literature at McDaniel College, can't read a map to save her life. She's terrible at crossword puzzles, has trouble telling her left hand from her right and uses far too many exclamation points. While she was...
  • City plans to find housing for most at-risk homeless

    City plans to find housing for most at-risk homeless
    Whitney Swander woke before dawn three days this week to talk with people who have been sleeping on the city's streets. That's how she met Ron — a man who has moved across the country since becoming homeless and, lately, has spent his days drinking...
  • There is no method to the madness of Maryland Medicaid

    Gene Ransom, CEO of the Maryland State Medical Society, writes in his article to the Sun ("Don't cut services first," Aug 29) that thousands of vulnerable Marylanders stand to receive inadequate, substandard health care for years to come if the state's...
  • Temperatures headed for 100 degrees

    Temperatures headed for 100 degrees
    Temperatures in the mid-90s on Monday drove Marilyn Ramirez to the beach at Rocky Point Park, where her children splashed in the Chesapeake Bay. But they probably won't be back at week's end. With temperatures forecast to rise to 102 degrees by Friday,...
  • William F. Weinstein, psychology professor, dies

    William F. Weinstein, psychology professor, dies
    William F. Weinstein, a retired psychology professor who was on the faculty of Catonsville Community College for more than three decades, died Sunday of heart and kidney disease at Transitions Health Care in Sykesville. He was 75. William Frederick...
  • Rappel for Kidney Health - Taking Fundraising to New Heights

    Rappel for Kidney Health - Taking Fundraising to New Heights
    The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland held its second annual Rappel for Kidney Health event June 18 at the Canton Crossing Tower in Downtown Baltimore's Canton community. People of all ages rappeled down the 17-story building to raise money for the...
  • Josephine D. "Josie" Davis, dialysis patient for 36 years, dies

    Josephine D. "Josie" Davis, dialysis patient for 36 years, dies
    Josephine D. "Josie" Davis, a dialysis patient for 36 years who continued to work for the Social Security Administration during her treatment, died Aug. 19 from kidney disease at the University of Maryland Medical Center. She was 63 and lived in...
  • Triple kidney swap: 'We think it is the future'

    Triple kidney swap: 'We think it is the future'
    Joy Hindle cried when she found out she couldn't give one of her kidneys to her twin brother. Then doctors gave the Bel Air woman another option: a kidney exchange, in which she would donate her kidney to a patient who needed one, and her diabetic...
  • Hundreds in Havre de Grace again oppose toll hikes

    Hundreds in Havre de Grace again oppose toll hikes
    The Maryland Transportation Authority got another earful of fervent opposition to its proposed toll increases on the Susquehanna River bridges during a public hearing in Havre de Grace on Monday night. The turnout was smaller than the pressing crowds...