Altruistic Kidney Donation: Why I Donated My Kidney to a Stranger
Ashley kept seeing signs that so-and-so needed a kidney. So she learned everything she could about altruistic kidney donation and decided to donate hers. Read about what was involved and the difference that it made.
Kidney Stones: Not Just An Adult Problem
Did you know that kids get kidney stones, too? We currently treat around 600 kids a year with them, which is triple the amount from 10 years ago. Read to learn why kids might be getting them and how parents can help prevent them from forming in the first place.
A Letter to My Sister, My Daughter’s Kidney Donor
Many families are grateful for their siblings. However, Aimee is particularly thankful for her sister, Micheala. She donated one of her kidneys to Faith, Aimee's daughter, who was in kidney failure. Read a letter Aimee wrote to Michaela and learn how Faith is doing now post-transplant.
4 Things To Know About Reoccurring Kidney Stones in Kids
If your child has had one kidney stone, he or she is 50% more likely to get another one. Read why reoccurring kidney stones in kids can be problematic.
Hematuria in Kids: What Does it Mean?
Learn more about what causes blood in the urine (hematuria) and when your child should see a doctor.
Kidney Transplant: Angely Advocates for Organ Donation Through Art
Just five days after her life-saving kidney transplant, Angely and her living organ donor walked out of the hospital together.
Running to Raise Awareness for Bartter Syndrome
Ian's support system -- his friends, family and even his doctor -- ran with him in a stroller during a marathon to raise awareness for Bartter syndrome.
7 Things Parents Need To Know About Nephrotoxic Medications
Through research we've learned important info in the last 10 years about the effects of nephrotoxic medications on the kidneys.