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Have kidney stones? Scientists vouch for rollercoaster rides as means to pass them
 

Have kidney stones? Scientists vouch for rollercoaster rides as means to pass them

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In the name of science, two researchers went to Disney World, and rode the roller coaster a whopping 60 times to confirm the theory that riding the coaster would aid in passing kidney stones.
 
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7 Oct 2016 - General
 
It is literally fascinating that rollercoaster ride has health benefits along with amusement and enjoyment. It looks somewhat effective that changes in body position abruptly can be helpful in moving the kidney stone from one place to another and even out of ureter. It will be true for very small kidney stones measuring less than 5 mm which are not embedded and can move freely. This research is carried out on 3D kidney stone and it is successful to some extent. It must be practiced on real kidne...
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