(c) 2019, The Washington Post · David Von Drehle · OPINIONThe customary tsk-tsks and vapors erupted when President Donald Trump opined on the state of mind of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., during a New Year’s Eve interview on Fox News. Asked if Warren thinks she can beat him in 2020, Trump replied, “You’d have to ask her psychiatrist.”Trump's critics are so reflexively critical at this point that they can't recognize a great idea when they hear it. By all means, let's ask Warren's psychiatrist - but let's not stop with Warren. To the couch, Mr. President!Love or hate him (or anything in between), no reasonable person can deny that Trump is a textbook example of narcissistic personality disorder. Reading the list of symptoms on the Mayo Clinic's website is like scrolling through the president's Twitter: "Require constant, excessive admiration," "exaggerate achievements and talents," "be preoccupied with . . . brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate," … [Read more...] about Opinion: Let’s ask the psychiatrists, Mr. President. But let’s start with yours.
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For the third year in a row, the Cleveland Clinic has been named the nation's No. 2 hospital in U.S. News & World Report rankings. Its numerical score -- based on 16 specialties and nine procedures and conditions -- considers such measures as patient safety and survival, the medical complexity of those treated, nursing staffing and, in certain specialties, reputational measures. The Clinic's total score was only 7 percent behind the top-ranked Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and 37 percent ahead of 10th-ranked New York-Presbyterian in New York City. The Clinic also ranked first in cardiology and heart care nationally for the 24th straight year. And it scored another first in urology and made the top five in 10 other adult specialties. Cleveland Clinic named No. 2 hospital by U.S. News for the third consecutive year The rankings underscore Cleveland's pre-eminence in medical care statewide, with University Hospitals Cleveland Medical … [Read more...] about Beyond the Cleveland Clinic’s No. 2 ranking is health care’s growing importance for NE Ohio: editorial
Diana M Alba-Soular Las Cruces Sun-News Published 6:00 p.m. UTC Aug 22, 2018 LAS CRUCES - MountainView Regional Medical Center recently opened a small cancer center within a renovated space inside the East Lohman Avenue hospital. The hospital, 4311 E. Lohman Ave., has always been able to host surgeries in connection to cancer care. But, until now, it's hasn't offered chemotherapy, hospital officials said. With the opening the new clinic on Aug. 13, the aim is to boost the availability of cancer-treatment services in a region that has a care shortage, said Susan Minsaas, registered nurse and director of oncology for the hospital. "We know there's a definite need in the community," said Minsaas, who recently moved from Orlando, Florida to oversee the new program. "We are excited to be able to offer a choice for patients, so they have some options, and to just increase the availability of services for patients, as well." Care at both hospitals … [Read more...] about MountainView hospital opens new cancer clinic
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Well Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by Personal Health Obesity, Type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, all of which have risen to epidemic levels in recent years, are linked to pancreatic cancer. ByJane E. Brody July 23, 2018 As an avid reader of obituaries, I’ve been struck by how many people these days are succumbing to pancreatic cancer, a cancer long considered rare. And relatively speaking, it is still rare, accounting for just 3 percent of all cancers. But it is also one of the deadliest because symptoms almost never develop until the disease is advanced and incurable. Although 55,440 cases, affecting 29,200 men and 26,240 women, are expected to be diagnosed this year in the United States, 44,330 people will die of it, often within months of diagnosis, making it the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths in this country (after … [Read more...] about How to Minimize Pancreatic Cancer Risk
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