Monthly Archives: December 2013

Journalist tries to sneak into Michael Schumacher’s hospital room

CNN reports that a journalist tried — and failed — to sneak into the hospital room where former race car driver Michael Schumacher continues to recover after a skiing accident. Michael Schumacher’s manager has revealed that a journalist tried to … Continue reading

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Doctors: Michael Schumacher showing “slight improvements” but remains “fragile”

The Australian posted this story around 7:30 a.m. EST, and it notes that doctors have offered a cautious update about race car driver Michael Schumacher, who suffered a head injury in a skiing accident on Sunday. “The situation is more … Continue reading

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NFL playoff predictions

Can’t miss picks. Unless they do. WILD CARD NFC 3 Philadelphia over 6 New Orleans: Could be the best game of the weekend 5 San Francisco over 4 Green Bay: The pick with the least amount of confidence AFC 3 … Continue reading

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As Michael Schumacher remains in a medically induced coma…

…CNN takes a look at why that procedure is vital to helping people who suffer traumatic head injuries. Traumatic brain injury causes the brain to swell, just like the inflammation that happens when you injure an elbow or knee. But because … Continue reading

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Michael Schumacher was in a terrible medical state when he arrived at a French hospital

AFP reports that medical personnel treating former race car driver Michael Schumacher say he arrived at a French hospital on Sunday in terrible condition. Professor Stephen Chabardes, the neurosurgeon who performed emergency surgery on the racing legend, said Schumacher arrived … Continue reading

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Family of Michael Schumacher releases statement of thanks

The IB Times notes that the statement indicates a deep appreciation for the outpouring of support from Schumacher’s fans. The statement read: “We would like to thank the medical team who we know do everything possible to help Michael.   … Continue reading

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Why not a “Last Night” for volunteerism?

If Dec. 31 is considered “First Night” in many U.S. cities, a title meant to celebrate the first hours of the New Year, then why haven’t any creative minds come up with “Last Night” for tonight?  No, I’m not advocating … Continue reading

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