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Dialysis (INACTIVE)

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  • Being a super-user isn't always so super

    Being a super-user isn't always so super
    A 58-year-old Maryland woman breaks her ankle, develops a blood clot and, unable to find a doctor to monitor her blood-thinning drug, winds up in an emergency room 30 times in six months. A 55-year-old Mississippi man with severe hypertension and kidney...
  • Precious reunion for a good cause

    Precious reunion for a good cause
    For Orlando musician Steve Garron, the will to survive has been hard-earned, after years of medical treatments that have left him physically and emotionally drained. Garron returns to the stage Sunday, headlining a benefit reunion show with his much-...
  • PASSINGS: Dallas Willard, Jack Butler, Fredrick McKissack

    PASSINGS: Dallas Willard, Jack Butler, Fredrick McKissack
    Dallas Willard Influential Christian philosopher taught at USC for 47 years Dallas Willard, 77, an influential Christian philosopher who taught at USC for 47 years and chaired the philosophy department in the early 1980s, died Wednesday in Woodland...
  • Health career options include office settings

    Health career options include office settings
    With more than 300,000 health care workers in Cook County alone, employees have plenty of options when it comes to choosing a work environment. Here’s a look a various workplaces for today’s health care professionals. Offices of dentists....
  • LVH honors 34 at its Friends of Nursing celebration

     
    Thirty four clinicians and seven care teams recently received awards at Lehigh Valley Health Network's Friends of Nursing Celebration. The program was attended by more than 725 colleagues and community members at SteelStacks in Bethlehem. The awards are...
  • Protesters ask for better access to kidney, liver transplants

    Protesters ask for better access to kidney, liver transplants
    Fourteen people in need of kidney and liver transplants, along with family and friends, have been on a weeklong hunger strike, demanding a spot on a transplant waiting list, which they say they've been denied. The men and women protested Monday...
  • Art as lifesaver

    Art as lifesaver
    Scott Sutton's art saved his life. Or, perhaps more accurately, a collector did. The Austin, Texas, resident began dialysis 11 years after being diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease in 1991. It kept him alive but caused an inordinate amount of...
  • Hard Rock poker player falls shy in bid to finance boyfriend's new kidney

    Hard Rock poker player falls shy in bid to finance boyfriend's new kidney
    Sure, Krystal Seiling wanted the fame and glory of making a huge poker score. But she was playing for something more. She wants to get her boyfriend a new kidney. He has been fighting lupus for 12 years. "He just comes from a different place," Seiling...
  • A reunion decades in the making for Natalie Cole, Chucho Valdés

    A reunion decades in the making for Natalie Cole, Chucho Valdés
    When Natalie Cole and Chucho Valdés share a bill Wednesday night at the Hollywood Bowl, it will mark a long-delayed reunion of two languages and two musical dynasties. More than half a century ago, on the eve of the Cuban Revolution, Cole's father,...
  • Oviedo woman uses CrossFit to battle disease and improve health

    Oviedo woman uses CrossFit to battle disease and improve health
    All Susan Hancock wanted was to be able to get up off the floor.  After years of neglecting her health, Hancock suffered a stroke last October and spent the next several months in and out of the hospital. While she was there, the doctors put her on kidney...
  • Mashantucket Pequots' Former Leader Found Guilty of Embezzlement

    Mashantucket Pequots' Former Leader Found Guilty of Embezzlement
    As if plunging casino revenues weren't enough of a problem for Connecticut's first and biggest tribal casino, former Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council Chairman Michael Thomas has been found guilty of embezzling more than $100,000 in tribal funds. Here'...
  • Doctors, Patients Scramble To Determine Effects Of UnitedHealthcare's Smaller Network

    Doctors, patients and Medicare advocates scrambled on Wednesday to determine how they are affected by UnitedHealthcare's decision to eliminate thousands of doctors from its physician network for Medicare Advantage next year. The head of the Fairfield...