Tag Archives: Kidney

Kidney stones and the end of the world

  A kidney stone:  don’t tell me it’s not the end of the world.  Sure, I’m better today, but yesterday I was dying.  At least it felt like it.  I hadn’t had pain like that since my son was born 17 … Continue reading

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The Physiology of Water and Fluid Balance (Part 2 of series)

  The following is second in a series contributed by Pete Farmer,  who holds advanced degrees in research biology and history, and is also an RN and EMT.  * * * Having examined the physical and chemical properties of water … Continue reading

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