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  • Hillary Has a New Neurologist: His “Shocking” Diagnosis & Treatment

    08/13/2016 4:13:12 AM PDT · by NOBO2012 · 29 replies
    Michelle Obama's Mirror ^ | 8-13-2016 | MOTUS
    Here’s an update on Hillary’s health from her new neurosurgeon.  First, the good news - he has nailed the diagnosis and has a cure; the bad news -  it’s Dr. Nick Riviera. And more bad news, it isn’t covered by Obamacare.Posted from: Michelle Obama’s Mirror
  • Don’t Vote For Just Any Old Ass

    08/12/2016 4:53:50 AM PDT · by NOBO2012 · 11 replies
    Michelle Obama's Mirror ^ | 8-12-2016 | MOTUS
    Goodness gracious! I’m not sure exactly who/what Mad World News is, butt they just published an article about this Tweet by @HillsMedRecord (account now deleted…or shut) down by Twitter):Here’s the story: notes from an ostensibly leaked official health record of one Hillary Rodham Clinton dated February 5, 2014 reveals some yuge health deficits:In addition to the “complex partial seizures” – which we’ve all witnessed several times now -the doctor’s notes indicates she has something called “Subcortical Vascular Dementia.”  That sounds serious. No wonder Huma warned her handlers that Hillary is “often confused.”Now I can’t speak to the veracity of this...
  • Homeland Security Chief nominee has ties to terrorists as defense lawyer; may have enabled attacks

    01/23/2005 10:26:09 PM PST · by freepatriot32 · 17 replies · 1,505+ views
    libertarian oday ^ | 1 22 05 | Melissa Johnson and Sander Hicks
    Federal Appeals Court Judge Michael Chertoff’s ties to the financiers of the Sept. 11 attacks may prevent his confirmation as Homeland Security Chief. According to a June 20, 2000 article in the The Record of Bergen County, New Jersey, Chertoff defended accused terrorist financier Dr. Magdy Elamir. Elamir’s HMO was sued by the State of New Jersey to recoup $16.7 million in losses. At least $5.7 million went “to unknown parties... by means of wire transfers to bank accounts where the beneficial owner of the account is unknown,” according to the article. Foreign intelligence reports given to then chairman of...
  • Attacks may be linked

    12/10/2007 12:25:35 AM PST · by AZLiberty · 43 replies · 252+ views
    Denver Post ^ | December 10, 2007 | Allison Sherry
    Arvada police said Sunday they have "reason to believe" that deadly attacks at two religious institutions 70 miles apart that left four dead and six injured are probably linked. Arvada Police Chief Don Wick said his agency sent officers to share notes with Colorado Springs police. And late Sunday, authorities from both agencies were searching a home in southeastern Arapahoe County they say could be related to the case. "We have reason to believe that the two may be related," Wick said at a news briefing. Two people were fatally shot at a housing complex for missionaries in training at...
  • Neurologist Says Rush Limbaugh Criticism of Fox Technically Inaccurate But Likely Close to Mark

    10/31/2006 4:05:23 PM PST · by Coleus · 26 replies · 1,414+ views
    Life Site News ^ | 10.31.06 | Paul Ranalli, MD FRCPC
    Neurologist Says Rush Limbaugh Criticism of Fox Technically Inaccurate But Likely Close to Mark Fox admitted stopping meds to appear more disabled for 1999 Senate appearance There is no doubt that U.S. radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh's direct style and his own past medication issues make him an inviting target.  And although he was, in all probability, technically inaccurate in accusing actor Michael J. Fox of "acting" in his recent political TV ad supporting a Democratic senatorial candidate, Limbaugh may have been very close to the mark.   As a neurologist with a large number of Parkinson's disease patients, my...
  • Lenten “Listening”: Last “Rights” for Neurology (must read)

    03/11/2006 6:09:56 PM PST · by sionnsar · 71 replies · 1,120+ views
    Clueless Christian ^ | 3/11/2006 | Shari deSilva, MD
    On June 13th, I will have been a physician for twenty five years. Twenty four of those years, exactly one half of my life, will have been spent as a neurologist. I would like, therefore, to state for the record, how grateful I am to have been allowed to practice as a neurologist, during this, the profession’s best of times.When I first began my neurology residency 24 years ago, the practice of neurology was described to me in the phrase “diagnose and adios”. Neurologists were great at diagnosing, based on history and physical examination, where precisely a lesion in the...
  • Court Appointed Neurologist Report Refutes Schiavo PVS Diagnosis

    03/31/2005 8:41:13 AM PST · by PresidentFelon · 47 replies · 2,723+ views ^ | March 31, 2005 | William M. Hammesfahr, M.D.
    Top Neurologist's Report on Terri Released Wires Wednesday, March 30, 2005 Here is a comprehensive report by Dr. William Hammesfahr, a world-reknowned neurologist, on Terri Schiavo's condition as of September 12, 2002: Re: Terri Schiavo Story Continues Below I was asked to examine Terri Schiavo per the request of the Second District Court of Appeal. They requested that current information about her present medical condition be obtained. They also requested that an evaluation be performed to ascertain treatment options. HPI: Ms Schiavo was in her usual state of good health until 2/25/90, when her husband reported that he was...
  • Doctor Says Examination Changed His Mind (Terri may not be PVS, says Mayo Clinic neurologist)

    03/24/2005 1:27:16 AM PST · by churchillbuff · 48 replies · 1,404+ views
    LATimes ^ | March 24 05 | LATimes
    Dr. William P. Cheshire, a Mayo Clinic neurologist and bioethicist, stepped into Terri Schiavo's hospice room three weeks ago and was overcome by "the distinct sense of the presence of a living human being who seems at some level to be aware of some things around her." [snip]...In his affidavit, Cheshire wrote that he came into the case believing that it was "ethically permissible" to withdraw Schiavo's feeding tube. But during his evaluation, he began to notice what he interpreted as faint signs of consciousness. For example, he wrote, "her facial expression brightens and she smiles in response to the...