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bromine essential to life
2014-06-06 08:16:31

Previously, scientists have considered twenty-seven elements to be essential for human life. Recently they have discovered bromine to be the twenty-eighth essential element.

2014-06-04 15:42:09

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health A new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests that new therapies for kidney disease could be developed more quickly by revising the definition of kidney disease progression used during clinical trials. If adopted, the new definition could shorten the length of some clinical trials and also potentially encourage more clinical trials in kidney disease. The findings will be published in the June...

2014-05-31 23:01:56

DailyGossip.org publishes a new review to the Beat Kidney Disease program, a new method which promises to enhance kidney health and lower creatinine levels. Denver,

2014-05-30 11:21:45

Reduced kidney function may increase the risk of developing kidney and urothelial cancers.

2014-05-29 23:00:23

A report by RTI International researchers provides recommendations to address chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology. Research Triangle Park, NC (PRWEB)

2014-05-29 16:27:02

OAKLAND, Calif., May 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A key measure of reduced kidney function and chronic kidney disease -- reduced glomerular filtration rate -- is an independent risk factor for renal and

2014-05-29 12:28:41

WASHINGTON, May 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On May 30(th), nephrologists and kidney patients from across the country will convene in Washington to participate in the Renal Physicians Association's

2014-05-29 04:22:22

Malaysian Society for Quality in Health Honors DaVita at a Ceremony in Kuala Lumpur KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, May 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --

2014-05-19 16:24:33

RIVER EDGE, N.J., May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nephros, Inc.


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