When heart cancer hides in the brain
( ecancermedicalscience ) The 59-year-old woman had complained of chest pain and shortness of breath. A biopsy revealed that she had an unusual type of 'heart cancer' called cardiac lymphoma. But a week after receiving treatment, the patient developed a headache and her motor skills began to deteriorate. Fortunately, doctors at the institute had seen a similar strange case just two years before.
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CLEVELAND (AP) - A business executive from Virginia is being charged in a federal corruption case that already has resulted in a guilty plea from the former director of Veterans Affairs medical centers in Cleveland and Dayton.
Your Typing Style Can Reveal Your Emotions
While computers outperform humans in most mathematical tasks and can do complex calculations that people never could, there's one area where machines haven't quite achieved humanlike smarts: emotional intelligence. "But [the researchers'] effort to integrate the existing methods looks fair, positive and promising."
More graves found in case of Mexico's 43 missing
For a while, Jose Luis worked odd jobs in the fields to bring in extra money. But it wasn't enough to make ends meet. "He said: 'Mom, I'm going to study, to try to get ahead. Don't you see, now that my dad's dead I have to do something,'" Torres recalled.
Therapist and Patient, Odd and Charming
As played by Benicio Del Toro — flattening vowels, biting at consonants, pushing his tall, square frame though postures of graceful anguish — Jimmy Picard ... But while the therapist may be an odd and fascinating specimen — and while Mr. Amalric ...