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Here's a Hollywood pitch for you: Leading U.S. neurosurgeon started life as a struggling Mexican boy who made it from illegal-immigrant California farmworker to Harvard Med. Not buying it? You should. Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa was that kid and is that...
Part attitude and part miracle of modern medicine: Paul Sullivan man was told by doctors that he would never walk again. This week he walked into Memorial hospital to share his story with us. He is a walking testament to sheer determination and modern...
Tags: Motorcycling, Health, Hospitals and Clinics, Climbing, Surgery
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - A man accused of inflicting fatal injuries on his 2-year-old daughter took the witness stand during his trial in St. Joseph Superior Court Monday morning, denying all allegations against him. Valentin Escobedo, 25, said he never abused his...
Sentara has unveiled the Sentara Neurosciences Institute. A team of dedicated specialists including neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists and neuropsychologists collaborate to care for patients in over 11 subspecialties. This Institute...
HealthA dose of good medical news. The U.S. News & World Report recognized the area's main health networks in its annual hospital rankings, placing the Lehigh Valley Health Network among the nation's top hospitals for the 16th year in a row. The Lehigh Valley...
Darryl E. OwensIt probably wasn't the warm and fuzzy message I suspect most of the full-house crowd at this year's 20th annual Arthur "Pappy" Kennedy Prayer Breakfast expected. But given the urgency, Benjamin Carson Sr. hadn't come all the way from Baltimore to pull...
A world away from the roadside bombs and combat injuries of Iraq and Afghanistan, Americans are suffering the same type of brain injury seen in troops coming home from those war-torn countries. On American roads, at workplaces and on playing fields,...
On Friday, Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was moved to a rehabilitation center in Houston, where she'll embark on her next phase of recovery after she was shot in the head Jan. 8. There, a team will develop an individualized plan of achieveable goals,...
WGN NewsTraumatic brain injury. When congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords got shot -- the bullet went through the back of her head and exited the front. How might that impact her recovery, and what are doctors doing now to limit the damage? Dr. Ramsis Ghaly,...
Fox59The best things Officer Moore has going for him are his age and good health. That’s at least according to a neurosurgeon at IU Health Methodist Hospital. “You'll be amazed at how resilient the brain can be especially when the patient is...
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Doctors are breathing a sigh of relief as Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords reaches a second day since her surgery without increased swelling in her brain. Neurosurgeon Dr. Michael Lemole of Tucson's University Medical Center...
Tags: Arizona, Gabrielle Giffords, Health, Injuries and Wounds, Judges
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