Kidney stones may be increasing in children

08/3/2010 | Reuters

The number of children who were treated for kidney stones at 42 pediatric hospitals in the country jumped from 125 in 1999 to 1,389 in 2008. Children with unhealthy diet and who have a family or medical history of kidney stones are more likely to get them, the lead researcher said.

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