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It is an overused phrase, but there was one man in the Olympic Stadium who could lay claim to genuinely making history. Oscar Pistorius, the Blade Runner, said he felt blessed after sailing through the opening round of the 400m heats and becoming the first double amputee to compete in the Olympic Games.
The Takeaway - The Case of the 'Cyclops Child'
Doctor Fredric Neuman is now the director of the Anxiety and Phobia Center at White Plains Hospital. But when he was a medical intern, he saw something no one should ever have to see. In a recent blog post for Psychology Today, Neuman detailed the birth of a "Cyclops Child."
How Scientology Staged the Takedown of a Texas Psychiatrist
Scott Beale/Flickr Scientology seems to be having a rough go of it lately, what with high-profile defections that include its leader's father and its founder's granddaughter. The organization also appears to be on the verge of losing Suri Cruise just as she's getting old enough to join in some of its special rituals.
Ruling Puts Pressure On States To Act - Kaiser Health News
The Supreme Court has given states a way out of expanding the Medicaid program under the health law, but governors will be under strong pressure to take the federal money that would pay for coverage for millions of low-income people.
Lonesome George, last member of species of Galápagos giant tortoise, dies
Lonesome George, the last remaining tortoise of his kind and a conservation icon, has died of unknown causes, Galápagos National Park authorities have said. He was believed to be about 100 years old. Lonesome George was found in 1972 and had become a symbol of Ecuador's Galápagos Islands, which attracted approximately 180,000 visitors last year.
Snapshot of how Americans spend their time
They're spending more of it at work and less of it watching television, according to the Labor Department's American Time Use Survey for 2011. They're also sleeping more - 8.71 hours per day, on average, the highest level since 2003. That's what happens when you're working more.
Guest Post: Industry editorial makes outlandish claim about impact of medical devices
Editor's Note: The following guest post by Gary Schwitzer is reprinted with permission from HealthNewsReview blog, an indispensable resource for tracking the best and worst of healthcare journalism. Industry editorial makes outlandish claim about impact of medical devices by Gary Schwitzer Minnesota is the home of several medical device makers.
Boxer hurt in wreck enters rehab at Shepherd Center | ajc.com
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Paul Williams, a two-time world champion boxer, is preparing for the fight of his life after a motorcycle accident left him with a debilitating spinal cord injury that ended his boxing career. He recently underwent surgery and is undergoing rehabilitation at the Shepherd Center , according to Channel 2 Action News.
The Curious Case of Amanda Trujillo and the Arizona Board of Nursing
"Cry 'Havoc,' and let slip the dogs of war..."- William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, Act III Scene I This is the age of social networking. So many Americans (including nurses) receive the majority of their information via the Internet that it is no longer a phenomenon but a way of life, affecting everything from social trends to political movements.
Safety, tolerability, and antibody response of active Aβ immunotherapy with CAD106 in patients with Alzheimer's disease: randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, first-in-human study : The Lancet Neurology
Safety, tolerability, and antibody response of active Aβ immunotherapy with CAD106 in patients with Alzheimer's disease: randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, first-in-human study. By - Pro...