The disease astrangalus has been linked to kidney failure and is considered the biggest threat to humanity.
And now, a new study has shown that even a simple test could reveal whether you have the disease.
Astrangalesis is a kidney disease that causes the kidneys to fail and leads to the loss of fluids, making the patient feel lethargic.
But in recent years, a number of new studies have shown that there are ways to diagnose the disease in people with kidney failure without ever having a test, including a simple blood test, and that people with a low threshold for the disease can often avoid getting a test by drinking water or eating fruits and vegetables, even if the urine and blood tests show that they do not have the virus.
“Astragalesis isn’t always the cause of kidney failure,” said Dr. Daniel Gomes, a senior scientist at the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences.
“But it is the cause.”
The researchers found that a simple urine test could be enough to diagnose a person with the disease, regardless of their normal urine test results.
And they found that the test could also detect the virus that causes astragenesis.
The study also showed that, in some people, the virus was even harder to detect.
The virus was not detected in a person who did not have a high threshold for Astragalsis, or in a patient who had a normal kidney function, but the researchers found it in the kidney function of people who had both.
The findings are published in the journal Cell Host & Microbe.
“Our findings suggest that the virus can be detected in urine even in healthy individuals,” said study co-author Dr. James J. Dang of the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore.
The researchers are now trying to find a way to test for A. astragones in other people who don’t have the kidney disease, which they believe is linked to their kidney failure.
But the study could be useful for people who are already sick or don’t take any medications, or for people with other health conditions who are taking medications.
“The findings are really important, but it’s a first step,” Dang said.
The results were also supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, and the National Center on Aging.
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