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  • Bo Diddley hospitalized after stroke (78, condition improves after stroke, see post 35)

    05/16/2007 6:32:21 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 38 replies · 962+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 5/16/07 | AP
    DES MOINES, Iowa - Bo Diddley is in intensive care after suffering a stroke in western Iowa, a publicist said Wednesday. The 78-year-old singer-songwriter-guitarist and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer was listed in guarded condition at Creighton University Medical Center in Omaha, Neb., said Susan Clary, a publicist for the musician's management team. Diddley, who has a history of hypertension and diabetes, was hospitalized Sunday following a concert in Council Bluffs in which he acted disoriented, she said. Tests indicated that the stroke affected the left side of his brain, impairing his speech and speech recognition, Clary said. Clary...
  • Gen. Abizaid briefly hospitalized

    09/25/2006 10:08:35 AM PDT · by TexKat · 4 replies · 419+ views
    AP ^ | 9/25/06
    TAMPA, Fla. - Gen. John Abizaid, the head of U.S. Central Command, was briefly hospitalized over the weekend for a stomach illness that appeared to be food poisoning, the military said Monday. Abizaid, who spent Friday night in the hospital, was back at work Monday at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, command spokesman Maj. Matthew McLaughin said. The Tampa-based command oversees U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan . "The best we can tell he had symptoms consistent with food poisoning," McLaughin said. He said Abizaid did not eat fresh spinach, which has been linked to an outbreak of E....
  • Former President Gerald Ford hospitalized

    07/26/2006 11:25:58 AM PDT · by Kimmers · 12 replies · 512+ views
    VAIL, Colo. — Former President Ford was admitted to a hospital for shortness of breath but was expected to be released later Wednesday, his spokeswoman said. It was not clear when Ford, 93, was admitted to Vail Valley Medical Center. He has a home in nearby Beaver Creek. Click to learn more... The announcement was made in a statement from Penny Circle, his chief of staff. She did not immediately return a call seeking details. It was at least the second time Ford has been hospitalized this year. He was admitted to a Rancho Mirage, Calif., hospital for treatment of...
  • Two men hospitalized after crashing into D-M checkpoint barrier

    03/14/2006 7:45:13 PM PST · by SandRat · 50 replies · 1,098+ views
    Authorities are trying to determine why two men in a pickup truck ran a checkpoint at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base this morning, crashing into a traffic barrier aimed at stopping unauthorized base entry. Terrorism is not thought to be a motive at this point, but military officials and civilian police hope to learn what prompted the pair to speed past the control gate at Swan and Golf Links roads without stopping for required identification checks. Both occupants of the 1999 Dodge truck were taken to University Medical Center with serious injuries. The men were not carrying identification and were unconscious...
  • Pataki Remains Hospitalized; No Discharge Date Set

    02/28/2006 8:22:34 PM PST · by george76 · 26 replies · 1,102+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | 27 February 2006 | (AP)
    Gov. George Pataki remained hospitalized Monday nearly a week after undergoing a surgery to correct a postoperative complication related to an emergency appendectomy. Pataki, 60, continued eating some food Monday but also remained on intravenous nutrition and antibiotics to reduce the risk of an abscess... `The governor's doctors have indicated that there has been a slow return of normal digestive function because of the ruptured appendix,'' ... Pataki was originally to be released two days after the Feb. 16 appendectomy. ``The governor continues to be in good spirits and is reading, walking around and conducting state business,'' ...
  • Airmen to pay tribute to hospitalized veterans

    02/13/2006 3:54:48 PM PST · by SandRat · 2 replies · 197+ views
    Air Force Links ^ | Feb 13, 2006 | Capt. Shannon Nyberg
    /13/2006 - SAN ANTONIO (AFPN) -- Airmen worldwide will be visiting Veterans Affairs medical centers, nursing homes, state veterans homes and other facilities this week to pay tribute to hospitalized veterans. They are helping celebrities, youth groups, community leaders, members of the general public and veterans service organizations increase community awareness of the role of the VA medical centers during the 2006 National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans week Feb. 12 to 18. The annual salute honors hospitalized veterans and aims to increase community awareness of VA’s role in providing medical care to the nation’s veterans, and to encourage Americans to...
  • Good Samaritan Hospitalized Next to Victim

    01/18/2006 10:22:11 AM PST · by freepatriot32 · 1 replies · 325+ views
    http://www.comcast.net/ ^ | 1 18 06 | Associated Press
    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - A Good Samaritan who helped a road accident victim found himself injured and lying in a hospital bed several hours later _ next to the man he'd helped _a news report said Tuesday. Police Sgt. Abdul Kadir Said, 47, had stopped to help victims of an accident involving two motorcycles and a truck in the northern Malaysian state of Kedah on Saturday, the New Straits Times newspaper reported. After putting a splint on victims' broken leg, Abdul Kadir sent him in a van to hospital in Alor Star town before heading back to his police station...
  • Ashlee Simpson hospitalized after Japan show

    12/16/2005 10:00:46 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 45 replies · 1,688+ views
    E Online on Yahoo ^ | 12/16/05 | E Online
    Ashlee Simpson's big comeback tour has been temporarily derailed in Tokyo, after she collapsed and was hospitalized following performance on MTV Japan Thursday. The "Catch Me When I Fall" singer, on the road to support her chart-topping I Am Me--and to prove to the world that she really can sing--remains in an undisclosed hospital, publicist Rob Shuter said Friday. News of the hospitalization was first reported by Us Weekly, which said Simpson had just finished a rendition of the hit single "Boyfriend" before telling the audience that she felt sick. "I love you guys," she said before exiting, only to...
  • CA: Biker hospitalized; wild turkey hit him/Oceanside officer convicted of DUI(San Diego U-T 2-fer)

    10/26/2005 10:05:15 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 46 replies · 1,121+ views
    San Diego Union - Tribune ^ | 10/26/05 | Union - Tribune
    KENTWOOD IN THE PINES – An airborne wild turkey struck a motorcyclist on state Route 79 yesterday. Two turkeys were walking across southbound Route 79 near Royal Drive about 11:15 a.m., said Officer Brian Pennings of the California Highway Patrol. One turkey began to fly and struck a southbound motorcyclist in the chest. The impact caused the rider of the 2001 Harley Davidson Softail to cross into the northbound lanes and go into an embankment. The 56-year-old man hit a manzanita bush and rolled over twice. He was thrown from the motorcycle and suffered abrasions to the right side of...
  • Chief justice returns to hospital

    08/04/2005 4:38:11 PM PDT · by NickatNite2003 · 6 replies · 416+ views
    Associated Press by way of Boston.com ^ | August 4, 2005 | Gina Holland
    WASHINGTON --Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist was taken to the hospital with a fever on Thursday, the second emergency treatment for the 80-year-old ailing justice in two months. Rehnquist, who has cancer, was taken to Virginia Hospital Center in Arlington, Va., for evaluation after developing a fever, said Supreme Court spokesman Ed Turner. The chief justice spent two nights at the same hospital in July for observation and tests, also after running a fever. Rehnquist had been working at the court earlier in the day and has maintained a full-time schedule while being treated for thyroid cancer. He has refused...
  • Pope taken to operating theatre -Italian media

    02/24/2005 12:22:49 PM PST · by AliVeritas · 1 replies · 285+ views
    Reuters Alert Net ^ | 24 Feb 2005 | Reuters
    ROME, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Pope John Paul has been taken to an operating theatre in Rome's Gemelli hospital and might have surgery to help him breathe more easily, Italian media said on Thursday. A television report said earlier that doctors were considering performing a tracheotomy, where a small opening is cut into the neck and the windpipe so air can directly flow into the lungs. Sky Italia television and state broadcaster RAI both reported that "everything was ready for a tracheotomy" and said the 84-year-old Pope was already in the operating theatre. The Pope was rushed to hospital on...
  • 'Precious' Suffering John Paul II

    02/24/2005 12:19:50 PM PST · by AliVeritas · 8 replies · 485+ views
    Newsweek ^ | Feb. 28 issue | Christopher Dickey and Rod Nordland
    Feb. 28 issue - The face in the window high above St. Peter's Square is small and distant and, even when viewed through a long lens, almost without expression. The voice quavers, just a few words breathed with excruciating effort, audible over loudspeakers, but only barely comprehensible. Few people can get close enough to Pope John Paul II to try to read the thoughts behind the mask of sickness on a Sunday morning, but some of those who have approached him say they've glimpsed the pain of a man with a vital mind, a man who has loved life enormously,...
  • Chief Justice Rehnquist Hospitalized

    10/25/2004 10:13:00 AM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 6 replies · 492+ views
    aol.newscom ^ | 10 25 04 | GINA HOLLAND
    WASHINGTON (Oct. 25) - Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, 80 and the second-oldest man to preside over the nation's highest court, is undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer, officials announced Monday. Rehnquist underwent a tracheotomy at Bethesda Naval Hospital in suburban Maryland on Saturday, the court's announcement said. It added he expects to be back at work next week when the court will next be in session. Even so, Rehnquist's hospitalization little more than a week before the election gave new prominence to a campaign issue that has been overshadowed by the war on terrorism. The next president is likely to...
  • Ex-Senator Hatfield Hospitalized After Fall [Oregon]

    09/24/2004 7:01:10 AM PDT · by Salvation · 18 replies · 526+ views
    WJLA.com ^ | 9-24-04 | AP
    Ex-Senator Hatfield Hospitalized After Fall Friday September 24, 2004 8:10am Bethesda, Md. (AP) - Former governor and U.S.-Senator Mark Hatfield was hospitalized and is in intensive care with a head injury he suffered after helping to open a building named in his honor in Bethesda, Maryland. A family spokesman said the injuries do NOT appear to be life-threatening. The spokesman said Hatfield, 82, considered the senior statesman of Oregon politics, fell and struck his head in his daughter's home in Bethesda Wednesday evening after attending the dedication of a new National Institutes of Health building. Hatfield was taken by ambulance...
  • Gen. Shalikashvili, former head of Joint Chiefs of Staff, hospitalized with massive stroke

    08/09/2004 11:55:13 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 43 replies · 2,335+ views
    Bakersfield Californian ^ | 8/9/04 | AP - Ft. Lewis,WA
    FORT LEWIS, Wash. (AP) - Retired Army Gen. John Shalikashvili, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the early years of the Clinton administration, has been hospitalized in guarded condition at an Army hospital here, a spokesman said Monday. Shalikashvili, 68, entered Madigan Medical Center on Saturday morning, and the family is requesting that no more information be released, said Mike Meines, a hospital spokesman. Shalikashvili served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs in the Clinton administration from 1993, the year Clinton took office, until 1997, when the general retired from the Army. At a gathering honoring Shalikashvili when...
  • Got a Tiger by the Tail

    10/05/2003 9:22:08 AM PDT · by Jack Armstrong · 3 replies · 238+ views
    MSN news headlines ^ | 10 /05 /03 | associated press
    Roy Horn, one half of the illusionist team Siegfried & Roy, was on a ventilator, heavily medicated but able to respond to voices and touch, an official with MGM Mirage Resort said, after being attacked by one of his tigers during a nightly show. Halfway into Friday night's performance, Horn appeared alone on stage with the tiger and told the crowd the animal was making its debut in the show — a claim hotel officials said was part of the act. The tiger, which weighs about 600 pounds, then lunged at Horn, who tried to beat the animal off with...
  • 33 still hospitalized two days after bus bombing (Caution: Picture)

    08/21/2003 1:48:19 PM PDT · by bedolido · 15 replies · 295+ views
    Jerusalem Post ^ | 08/21/03 | ETGAR LEFKOVITS
    The National Forensic Institute had by Thursday morning identified 19 of the 20 fatalities in Tuesday's suicide bombing in central Jerusalem. Five of the victims were American citizens, the US embassy in Tel Aviv announced Wednesday night. Two days after the devastating Jerusalem bus bombing, thirty-three people remained hospitalized Thursday, including nine people in serious condition, hospital officials said. The wounded include seven children who sustained head and lung injuries, and an 18-month-old girl who lost an eye in the blast. A Palestinian suicide bomber disguised as an Orthodox Jew boarded a packed Jerusalem bus in central Jerusalem and blew...
  • RICCI HOSPITALIZED WITH BREATHING PROBLEMS (Potential suspect in Elizabeth Smart kidnapping in June)

    08/27/2002 10:37:37 PM PDT · by varina davis · 6 replies · 288+ views
    Fox News ^ | August 28, 2002 | Fox News
    Ricci Hospitalized With Breathing Problems AP Wednesday, August 28, 2002 SALT LAKE CITY — A handyman who police say is a top potential suspect in the abduction of Elizabeth Smart experienced breathing problems in his prison cell and was rushed to University Hospital, where he was on life support. Richard Albert Ricci, 48, made a brief court appearance earlier Tuesday as his attorneys asked for more time to review the charges against their client. Third District Judge Paul Maughan granted the request and a roll call hearing was scheduled for Sept. 17 before Judge Stephen L. Henriod. Salt Lake County...
  • Ventura hospitalized; blood clot in lung

    07/09/2002 2:33:28 PM PDT · by kcvl · 35 replies · 2,388+ views
    Drudge viaThe Associated Press | 07/09/02 | Unknown
    Ventura hospitalized; blood clot in lung Associated Press Published Jul 10, 2002 Gov. Jesse Ventura was admitted Tuesday to North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale for treatment for a blood clot in his lung. Ventura was in stable condition and in good spirits, spokesman John Wodele said. ``He's being treated with blood thinners,'' Wodele said. ``He'll be fine.'' Wodele said Ventura woke up Tuesday morning with discomfort in his chest area. He went to the hospital after seeing his primary physician, Wodele said. Ventura announced last month he would not seek a second term. Ventura canceled his public schedule for the...