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Protein Predicts Kidney Trouble

THURSDAY, Jan. 19 (HealthDay News) -- Measuring levels of a key protein can predict long-term risk of progressive loss of kidney function in people with mild to moderate kidney disease, Austrian researchers report.

"Patients with primary kidney disease would like to know whether they are at risk of disease progression, which often results in renal replacement therapy such as hemodialysis and/or kidney transplantation," study co-author Dr. Florian Kronenberg, of Innsbruck Medical University, said in a prepared statement.

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Food Allergies Can Make Kids Targets for Bullies

FRIDAY, Nov. 2 (HealthDay News) -- As the mother of a child with a severe peanut allergy, Nicole Smith was vigilant about reading labels and making sure teachers and school administrators understood that ingesting even a trace amount of peanuts could kill her son.

Dealing with the allergy was challenging -- and got more so when she heard an alarming story. When her son, Morgan, was in first grade, another student chased him around the playground with a peanut butter cracker, shouting, "I'm going to kill you!"

"We were shocked," recalled Nicole, whose son is now a 16-year-old high school junior in Colorado Springs, Colo. "We really weren't prepared that anyone would bully him for his food allergies."

Yet research shows that many kids with food allergies report being bullied or teased about the condition.

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