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USA-IGNOBEL/
RTS219UV
September 14, 2018
David Wartinger is interrupted by "Miss Sweetie Poo" Dorothea Hartig (R) while accepting the Ig Nobel...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Wartinger is interrupted by "Miss Sweetie Poo" while accepting the Ig Nobel prize for Medicine at Harvard...
David Wartinger is interrupted by "Miss Sweetie Poo" Dorothea Hartig (R) while accepting the Ig Nobel prize for Medicine for "using roller coaster rides to try to hasten the passage of kidney stones" during the 28th First Annual Ig Nobel awards ceremony at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., September 13, 2018. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HBQR
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele gestures during a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele gestures during a news conference in Sao Paulo
Brazilian soccer legend Pele gestures during a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HBQF
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele (L) gestures towards doctor Fabio Nasrir during a news conference in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele gestures towards doctor Fabio Nasrir during a news conference in Sao Paulo...
Brazilian soccer legend Pele (L) gestures towards doctor Fabio Nasrir during a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HBNZ
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele leaves the hospital in a wheelchair after a news conference in Sao Paulo,...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele leaves the hospital in a wheelchair after a news conference in Sao Paulo...
Brazilian soccer legend Pele leaves the hospital in a wheelchair after a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HB8D
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele gestures during a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele gestures during a news conference in Sao Paulo
Brazilian soccer legend Pele gestures during a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HB71
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele attends a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele attends a news conference in Sao Paulo
Brazilian soccer legend Pele attends a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HB6L
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele listens to a question during a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9,...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele listens to a question during a news conference in Sao Paulo
Brazilian soccer legend Pele listens to a question during a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HB5X
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele and his girlfriend Marcia arrive for a news conference in Sao Paulo December...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele and his girlfriend Marcia arrive for a news conference in Sao Paulo
Brazilian soccer legend Pele and his girlfriend Marcia arrive for a news conference in Sao Paulo December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HB20
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele (L) and his girlfriend Marcia arrive for a news conference in Sao Paulo,...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele and his girlfriend Marcia arrive for a news conference in Sao Paulo
Brazilian soccer legend Pele (L) and his girlfriend Marcia arrive for a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HAVK
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele waves as he leaves a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele waves as he leaves a news conference in Sao Paulo
Brazilian soccer legend Pele waves as he leaves a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4HAVF
December 09, 2014
Brazilian soccer legend Pele smiles during a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian soccer legend Pele smiles during a news conference in Sao Paulo
Brazilian soccer legend Pele smiles during a news conference in Sao Paulo, December 9, 2014. The three-time World Cup champion underwent surgery to remove kidney stones on November 13, but was readmitted 10 days later with a urinary tract infection that required dialysis. At one point, he was moved into a hospital wing used for more intensive care. The 74-year-old Pele will be discharged from the hospital, his doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4FXX2
November 28, 2014
General view of Albert Einsten Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele is in the intensive care unit...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
General view of Albert Einsten Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele is in the intensive care unit...
General view of Albert Einsten Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele is in the intensive care unit in Sao Paulo November 28, 2014. Pele, 74, is being treated for a urinary tract infection, but his condition is improving, the hospital said on Thursday. The Albert Einstein Hospital said Pele, 74, was receiving renal support treatment, which helps kidneys to filter waste products from the blood, after he had an operation to remove kidney stones earlier this month. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER HEALTH)
SOCCER-PELE/
RTR4FXX0
November 28, 2014
General view of Albert Einsten Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele is in the intensive care unit...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
General view of Albert Einsten Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele is in the intensive care unit...
General view of Albert Einsten Hospital where Brazilian soccer legend Pele is in the intensive care unit in Sao Paulo November 28, 2014. Pele, 74, is being treated for a urinary tract infection, but his condition is improving, the hospital said on Thursday. The Albert Einstein Hospital said Pele, 74, was receiving renal support treatment, which helps kidneys to filter waste products from the blood, after he had an operation to remove kidney stones earlier this month. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER HEALTH)
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CHINA-MILKPOWDER/INQUIRY
RTX11AUD
July 03, 2013
A family looks at foreign imported milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing July 3, 2013. The...
Beijing, China
A family looks at foreign imported milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing
A family looks at foreign imported milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing July 3, 2013. The decision by China's top economic planner to investigate five leading foreign infant milk companies for suspected antitrust violations may be part of a broader plan to boost consumption of the local product, analysts said on Wednesday. Mothers turned away from Chinese milk powder in 2008 when infant formula tainted with the industrial compound melamine killed at least six babies and made thousands sick with kidney stones.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH)
THAILAND/
RTR2W1SS
January 09, 2012
Peak (R), a Thai man suffering from kidney disease, holds a man hostage with a knife in Nonthaburi province,...
Nonthaburi, Thailand
Peak, a Thai man suffering from kidney disease, holds a man hostage with a knife in Nonthaburi province,...
Peak (R), a Thai man suffering from kidney disease, holds a man hostage with a knife in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok January 9, 2012. Peak, out of frustration, held the man hostage because he was owed money. The hostage was released 30 minutes later after successful negotiations by the police, and Peak was taken to the police station. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
BRITAIN-CONSERVATIVES/
RTR2CE0O
April 03, 2010
Conservative Party leader David Cameron (L) speaks with Clive Stone, who suffers from cancer of the kidney,...
Witney, United Kingdom
Conservative Party leader Cameron speaks with Stone, who suffers from cancer of the kidney, at his home...
Conservative Party leader David Cameron (L) speaks with Clive Stone, who suffers from cancer of the kidney, at his home in Witney, England April 3, 2010. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-CONSERVATIVES/
RTR2CE0H
April 03, 2010
Conservative Party leader David Cameron (L) speaks with Clive Stone (C), who suffers from cancer of the...
Witney, United Kingdom
Conservative Party leader Cameron speaks with cancer suferers at their home in Witney
Conservative Party leader David Cameron (L) speaks with Clive Stone (C), who suffers from cancer of the kidney, and his wife Jan who suffers from breast cancer, at their home in Witney, England April 3, 2010. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX9LVA
October 16, 2008
A 9-month-old child, who suffers from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei,...
Hefei, China
A 9-month-old child, who suffers from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei...
A 9-month-old child, who suffers from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province October 16, 2008. China's dairy heartland promised it has banished a toxic chemical from its milk and launched a media campaign to restore its reputation among consumers wary after thousands of children were poisoned. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTX8YVB
September 27, 2008
A child undergoes a medical check for possible kidney stones at a hospital in Shanghai September 27,...
Shanghai, China
A child undergoes a medical check for possible kidney stones at a hospital in Shanghai
A child undergoes a medical check for possible kidney stones at a hospital in Shanghai September 27, 2008. Up to five percent of young infants in Shanghai could have kidney stones after drinking tainted milk formula, local media reported on Friday, as publicity surrounding the scandal is muted by China's manned space mission. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8UWD
September 24, 2008
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei...
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei September 24, 2008. The hospital started providing free tests on Wednesday for the public who are worried that they or their children might have been affected by the contaminated milk scandal. China vowed to stop toxic milk from reaching processors and export markets after tainted infant powder made more than 54,000 children sick in a scandal that has mired the nation's reputation in a fresh crisis. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8UWB
September 24, 2008
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei...
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei September 24, 2008. The hospital started providing free tests on Wednesday for the public who are worried that they or their children might have been affected by the contaminated milk scandal. China vowed to stop toxic milk from reaching processors and export markets after tainted infant powder made more than 54,000 children sick in a scandal that has mired the nation's reputation in a fresh crisis. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8UWA
September 24, 2008
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei...
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei September 24, 2008. The hospital started providing free tests on Wednesday for the public who are worried that they or their children might have been affected by the contaminated milk scandal. China vowed to stop toxic milk from reaching processors and export markets after tainted infant powder made more than 54,000 children sick in a scandal that has mired the nation's reputation in a fresh crisis. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8UW8
September 24, 2008
A laboratory worker takes urine samples for kidney stone tests in a hospital in Taipei September 24,...
Taipei, Taiwan
A laboratory worker takes urine samples for kidney stone tests in a hospital in Taiwan
A laboratory worker takes urine samples for kidney stone tests in a hospital in Taipei September 24, 2008. The hospital started providing free tests on Wednesday for the public who are worried that they or their children might have been affected by the contaminated milk scandal. China vowed to stop toxic milk from reaching processors and export markets after tainted infant powder made more than 54,000 children sick in a scandal that has mired the nation's reputation in a fresh crisis. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8UW7
September 24, 2008
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taiwan...
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei September 24, 2008. The hospital started providing free tests on Wednesday for the public who are worried that they or their children might have been affected by the contaminated milk scandal. China vowed to stop toxic milk from reaching processors and export markets after tainted infant powder made more than 54,000 children sick in a scandal that has mired the nation's reputation in a fresh crisis. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8UW5
September 24, 2008
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taiwan...
A baby looks at a tube of his urine sample while waiting for a kidney stone test in a hospital in Taipei September 24, 2008. The hospital started providing free tests on Wednesday for the public who are worried that they or their children might have been affected by the contaminated milk scandal. China vowed to stop toxic milk from reaching processors and export markets after tainted infant powder made more than 54,000 children sick in a scandal that has mired the nation's reputation in a fresh crisis. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8SRT
September 22, 2008
A mother pays for the health check of her baby at a hospital where children are brought in for urgent...
Hong Kong, China
A mother pays for health check of her baby at a hospital in Hong Kong
A mother pays for the health check of her baby at a hospital where children are brought in for urgent health checks in Hong Kong September 22, 2008. Hong Kong supermarkets pulled some milk powder products from their shelves on Sunday and a 3-year-old girl was found to have a kidney stone after drinking tainted milk - the territory's first suspected victim of a health scare sweeping China. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8SRP
September 22, 2008
A girl waits at a hospital where children are brought in for urgent health checks in Hong Kong September...
Hong Kong, China
A girl waits for health check at a hospital in Hong Kong
A girl waits at a hospital where children are brought in for urgent health checks in Hong Kong September 22, 2008. Hong Kong supermarkets pulled some milk powder products from their shelves on Sunday and a 3-year-old girl was found to have a kidney stone after drinking tainted milk - the territory's first suspected victim of a health scare sweeping China. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8SRL
September 22, 2008
Parents and their children wait at the emergency department at a hospital where children are brought...
Hong Kong, China
Parents and children wait at emergency department at a hospital in Hong Kong
Parents and their children wait at the emergency department at a hospital where children are brought in for urgent health checks in Hong Kong September 22, 2008. Hong Kong supermarkets pulled some milk powder products from their shelves on Sunday and a 3-year-old girl was found to have a kidney stone after drinking tainted milk - the territory's first suspected victim of a health scare sweeping China. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8SR9
September 22, 2008
A woman carries a baby at the emergency department of a hospitial where children are brought in for urgent...
Hong Kong, China
Woman carries baby at emergency department at a hospital in Hong Kong
A woman carries a baby at the emergency department of a hospitial where children are brought in for urgent health checks in Hong Kong September 22, 2008. Hong Kong supermarkets pulled some milk powder products from their shelves on Sunday and a 3-year-old girl was found to have a kidney stone after drinking tainted milk - the territory's first suspected victim of a health scare sweeping China. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTX8SQ7
September 22, 2008
A child undergoes a medical check for possible kidney stones at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province,...
Hefei, China
Child undergoes a medical check for possible kidney stones at a hospital in Hefei
A child undergoes a medical check for possible kidney stones at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province, September 21, 2008. The number of Chinese infants taken to hospital after drinking tainted milk formula has leapt to nearly 13,000, while Premier Wen Jiabao sought to assure alarmed parents that culprit companies face harsh punishment. Picture taken September 21, 2008. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR221PG
September 19, 2008
A staff keeps order as families with children undergoing medical checks for possible kidney stones wait...
Hefei, China
A staff keeps order as families with children undergoing medical checks for possible kidney stones wait...
A staff keeps order as families with children undergoing medical checks for possible kidney stones wait their turn at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province September 19, 2008. Nearly 10 percent of milk samples from three top Chinese dairy companies was tainted with melamine, the government quality watchdog found after testing for the banned chemical that has killed four children. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR221PD
September 19, 2008
Security staff keep order as families with children who are undergoing medical checks for possible kidney...
Hefei, China
Security staff keep order as families with children who are undergoing medical checks for possible kidney...
Security staff keep order as families with children who are undergoing medical checks for possible kidney stones wait their turn at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province September 19, 2008. Nearly 10 percent of milk samples from three top Chinese dairy companies was tainted with melamine, the government quality watchdog found after testing for the banned chemical that has killed four children. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR220EM
September 18, 2008
People wait with their children, who will be undergoing medical checks for possible kidney stones at...
Nanjing, China
People wait with their children, who will be undergoing medical checks for possible kidney stones at...
People wait with their children, who will be undergoing medical checks for possible kidney stones at a hospital in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, September 18, 2008. China has vowed to overhaul its "chaotic" dairy industry in the wake of a toxic milk scandal that has killed three infants and made thousands more ill, as worried parents flocked to hospitals to have their children examined. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR21Z4F
September 17, 2008
Li Dongyang, an eight-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones receives medical treatment at a...
Hefei, China
Li Dongyang, an eight-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones receives medical treatment at a...
Li Dongyang, an eight-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province September 17, 2008. China said on Wednesday a third infant had died from drinking milk contaminated with toxic melamine and 6,244 infants were sick as four officials were sacked amid a widening scandal. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR21XO8
September 16, 2008
Local residents stand in lines at the headquarters of the Sanlu Group to receive a refund on their milk...
Shijiazhuang, China
Local residents stand in lines at headquarters of Sanlu Group to receive refund on their milk powder...
Local residents stand in lines at the headquarters of the Sanlu Group to receive a refund on their milk powder products in the city of Shijiazhuang, located around 300 kilometres southwest of Beijing, September 16, 2008. The number of Chinese infants found threatened by toxic milk powder is likely to rise as the search for victims spreads, state media reported on Tuesday, with the government facing rising public anger. Over 1,200 infants have been diagnosed with kidney illness after drinking adulterated powdered milk made by the Sanlu Group. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR21XO6
September 16, 2008
A woman breastfeeds her baby as she waits along with hundreds of other local residents at the headquarters...
Shijiazhuang, China
A woman breastfeeds her baby as she waits to receive refund in Shijiazhuang
A woman breastfeeds her baby as she waits along with hundreds of other local residents at the headquarters of the Sanlu Group to receive a refund in the city of Shijiazhuang, located around 300 kilometres southwest of Beijing, September 16, 2008. The number of Chinese infants found threatened by toxic milk powder is likely to rise as the search for victims spreads, state media reported on Tuesday, with the government facing rising public anger. Over 1,200 infants have been diagnosed with kidney illness after drinking adulterated powdered milk made by the Sanlu Group. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR21XNT
September 16, 2008
A woman holds her baby as she stands in a line along with hundreds of other local residents at the headquarters...
Shijiazhuang, China
Woman holds her baby as she stands in line at headquarters of Sanlu Group to receive a refund in Shijiazhuang...
A woman holds her baby as she stands in a line along with hundreds of other local residents at the headquarters of the Sanlu Group to receive a refund in the city of Shijiazhuang, located around 300 kilometres south-west of Beijing, September 16, 2008. The number of Chinese infants found threatened by toxic milk powder is likely to rise as the search for victims spreads, state media reported on Tuesday, with the government facing rising public anger. Over 1,200 infants have been diagnosed with kidney illness after drinking adulterated powdered milk made by the Sanlu Group. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR21XLU
September 16, 2008
Wu Xian, a five-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital...
Hefei, China
Wu Xian, a five-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital...
Wu Xian, a five-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province September 16, 2008. The number of Chinese infants found threatened by toxic milk powder is likely to rise as the search for victims spreads, state media reported on Tuesday, with the government facing rising public anger. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR21XLQ
September 16, 2008
A three-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital in...
Hefei, China
A three-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital in...
A three-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province September 16, 2008. The number of Chinese infants found threatened by toxic milk powder is likely to rise as the search for victims spreads, state media reported on Tuesday, with the government facing rising public anger. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR21XLK
September 16, 2008
Cheng Aobing, an eight-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at...
Hefei, China
Cheng Aobing, an eight-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at...
Cheng Aobing, an eight-month-old child who suffered from kidney stones, receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province September 16, 2008. The number of Chinese infants found threatened by toxic milk powder is likely to rise as the search for victims spreads, state media reported on Tuesday, with the government facing rising public anger. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR21WJV
September 15, 2008
A child who suffered from kidney stones receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province...
Hefei, China
A child who suffered from kidney stones receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei
A child who suffered from kidney stones receives medical treatment at a hospital in Hefei, Anhui province September 15, 2008. Chinese officials failed to recall contaminated milk formula linked to the sickness of more than 400 babies and at least one death when asked by dairy giant Fonterra, New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark said on Monday. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
CHINA-MILK/
RTR21WJS
September 15, 2008
A child is carried out from the division of nephrology after being examined for possible kidney stones...
Nanjing, China
A child is carried out from the division of nephrology after being examined for possible kidney stones...
A child is carried out from the division of nephrology after being examined for possible kidney stones at a hospital in Nanjing, Jiangsu province September 15, 2008. Chinese officials failed to recall contaminated milk formula linked to the sickness of more than 400 babies and at least one death when asked by dairy giant Fonterra, New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark said on Monday. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA)
ISRAEL SHARON
RTRCHN8
February 11, 2004
Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon speaks during the chief financial officers annual gathering in Tel...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON SPEAKS DURING CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICERS ANNUAL GATHERING IN TEL AVIV....
Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon speaks during the chief financial officers annual gathering in Tel Aviv February 11, 2004. Sharon appeared in public on Wednesday for the first tim since an operation for the removal of kidney stones and addressed an Israeli economic forum. REUTERS/Nir Elias NIR/GB
ISRAEL SHARON
RTRCHN0
February 11, 2004
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon speaks during the chief financial officers annual gathering in Tel...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON SPEAKS DURING CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICERS ANNUAL GATHERING IN TEL AVIV....
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon speaks during the chief financial officers annual gathering in Tel Aviv February 11, 2004. Sharon appeared in public on Wednesday for the first tim since an operation for the removal of kidney stones and addressed an Israeli economic forum. REUTERS/Nir Elias NIR/GB
ISRAEL SHARON
RTRCHMK
February 11, 2004
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon speaks during the chief financial officers annual gathering in Tel...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER ARIEL SHARON SPEAKS DURING CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICERS ANNUAL GATHERING IN TEL AVIV....
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon speaks during the chief financial officers annual gathering in Tel Aviv February 11, 2004. Sharon appeared in public on Wednesday for the first tim since an operation for the removal of kidney stones and addressed an Israeli economic forum. REUTERS/Nir Elias NIR/GB
SPORT GOLF
RTRM9CI
July 11, 2003
Isabelle Beisiegel and her husband Dan who spent six hours in hospital
passing a kidney stone last night...
Vancouver, Canada
ISABELLE BEISIEGEL AND HUSBAND AT THE CANADIAN WOMENS OPEN.
Isabelle Beisiegel and her husband Dan who spent six hours in hospital
passing a kidney stone last night walk to the 18th tee during round two
play at the Canadian Women's Open at Point Grey Golf and Country Club
in Vancouver July 11, 2003. REUTERS/Lyle Stafford

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January 06, 1999
Rep. Dennis Hastert (R-IL) delivers his opening remarks during the opening session of the 106th Congress...
Washington, UK
FILE PHOTO OF DENNIS HASTERT.
Rep. Dennis Hastert (R-IL) delivers his opening remarks during the opening session of the 106th Congress in this January 6, 1999 file photo. Hastert was in good condition in a Chicago-area hospital after kidney stone surgery early on February 12, 2001, spokesman John McGovern said. McGovern said Hastert went to Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora, Illinois, on late February 11 after experiencing some physical discomfort in recent days.

JP
RTRV2HB
May 09, 1998
Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez watches his tee-off at the tenth hole of the Santa Ponsa course during...
Spain
JIMENEZ WATCHES TEE-OFF AT BALEARIC OPEN GOLF.
Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez watches his tee-off at the tenth hole of the Santa Ponsa course during the third day of the Balearic Open May 9. Jimenez, troubled with a kidney-stone problem, needed emergency treatment during play but it did not prevent him from grabbing the lead with a third round score of two-under-par 70 for a total of nine-under par 207, two strokes ahead of his compatriots Santiago Luna and Miguel Martin.

ES/AA
RTRZYK
December 12, 1996
FILE PHOTO 19FEB93 - British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes speaks at a press conference at the Royal Geographic...
United Kingdom
SIR RANULPH FIENNES FILE PHOTO LONDON
FILE PHOTO 19FEB93 - British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes speaks at a press conference at the Royal Geographic Society in February 1993. Fiennes was forced to abandon his attempt to become the first man to walk unaided across Antarctica December 11 due to a kidney stones complaint.

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