Home > Medical > Kidney and bladder health > About kidney and bladder About kidney and bladder All sections in Kidney and bladder » About Kidney & Bladder » FAQs » Living with Kidney Problems » Medical Treatment » Kidney & Bladder News » Normal Kidney Function » Renal Nutrition » Kidney Failure 100 minute old baby Teddy becomes UK's youngest organ donor Baby Teddy Houlston lived for less than two hours but achieved a miracle by becoming the UK's youngest ever organ donor – and saving the life of another person! Drinking water helps prevent kidney stones Researchers found that drinking eight or more glasses of water per day significantly reduces the risk of kidney stones. Urinary tract problems Decreasing oestrogen levels can weaken muscles controlling the bladder and urethra (tube carrying urine from the bladder). Urinary tract tissue also becomes less elastic. Follow Health24 on Twitter » What else we do on the loo Medical history Urinary tract infection Having a urinary tract infection is like having a nightmare - except that you wake up from a nightmare. Take note of adrenal fatigue Could chronic stress and adrenal fatigue be the reason why you’re feeling completely drained? Carry on reading to learn more. Urethritis Urethritis is inflammation of the urethra. The lowdown on kidney stones Women who have had kidney stones and who have had children generally agree that having kidney stones was a lot more painful than having a child. Hypospadias A congenital abnormality in which the urethra opening is situated on the underside of the penis. Polycystic kidney disease PKD is a genetic disorder in which multiple cysts are found mainly in the kidneys. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Is your baby dehydrated? How to tell. Taking charge of your health Man, take care of your health!