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Outdoor air pollution may increase risk of chronic kidney disease

Outdoor air pollution may increase risk of chronic kidney disease

Indiana University awarded $4 million NSF grant to advance nanoscale medical devices

Indiana University awarded $4 million NSF grant to advance nanoscale medical devices

Researchers identify natural protective factor against chronic inflammation in diabetes patients

Researchers identify natural protective factor against chronic inflammation in diabetes patients

Study examines effects of poor sleep on progression of chronic kidney disease

Study examines effects of poor sleep on progression of chronic kidney disease

Chronic kidney disease patients may be vulnerable to deleterious effects of impaired sleep

Chronic kidney disease patients may be vulnerable to deleterious effects of impaired sleep

NIH awards $15 million to develop 3D microphysiological system platforms that model human disease

NIH awards $15 million to develop 3D microphysiological system platforms that model human disease

VUMC and Bayer agree on strategic research alliance to develop new therapies for kidney diseases

VUMC and Bayer agree on strategic research alliance to develop new therapies for kidney diseases

Asian dust exposure associated with onset of myocardial infarction

Asian dust exposure associated with onset of myocardial infarction

Study: Lupus affects Hispanic, Asian women in Manhattan more frequently than white women

Study: Lupus affects Hispanic, Asian women in Manhattan more frequently than white women

Researchers find striking racial, ethnic disparities in incidence and prevalence of lupus

Researchers find striking racial, ethnic disparities in incidence and prevalence of lupus

Direct-acting antiviral therapy found to be safe, effective in patients with CKD and HCV infection

Direct-acting antiviral therapy found to be safe, effective in patients with CKD and HCV infection

Shedding new light on hospice care: No need to wait for the ‘brink of death’

Shedding new light on hospice care: No need to wait for the ‘brink of death’

USF surgeons use new procedure to vacuum out infected pacemaker wires

USF surgeons use new procedure to vacuum out infected pacemaker wires

High levels of suPAR protein shown to be likely cause of kidney damage in children

High levels of suPAR protein shown to be likely cause of kidney damage in children

Combined DNA and protein 'liquid biopsy' more accurate in identifying early-stage pancreatic cancer

Combined DNA and protein 'liquid biopsy' more accurate in identifying early-stage pancreatic cancer

A blood test that can diagnose PTSD may be on the horizon

A blood test that can diagnose PTSD may be on the horizon

Veterans affected with combat-related PTSD show changes in blood-based microRNA, study finds

Veterans affected with combat-related PTSD show changes in blood-based microRNA, study finds

PTSD screening using genetic markers could be a reality soon

PTSD screening using genetic markers could be a reality soon

10 percent of 50-year-old men have a heart of a 60-year-old

10 percent of 50-year-old men have a heart of a 60-year-old

New study offers insights on mechanisms behind development of kidney damage due to obesity

New study offers insights on mechanisms behind development of kidney damage due to obesity