Frida Kahlo De Rivera was born July 6, 1907 and died July 13, 1954 at the age of 47. Frida Kahlo had a rough life full of pain and suffering that was shown throughout her artwork. As a teenager, she was in an accident that was life altering and threatened her ability to ever walk again. Frida had shattered her foot; broke her collar bone and a pole went from the back of her hip thru the midsection and out the vagina. She was in a body cast for three months and that’s when she began drawing and painting.
Late in 1932, she suffered a nervous breakdown that was brought on because she was unable to complete a Radio City Music Hall mural project that had fallen behind schedule. She was hospitalized in early 1933 and did not paint again until January 1934. In the spring of 1933 and 1934, she recuperated in Bermuda, and she returned to New Mexico in the summer of 1934. In 1972, her eyesight was compromised by macular degeneration, leading to the loss of central vision and leaving her with only peripheral vision. Juan Hamilton, a young potter, appeared at her ranch house in 1973 looking for work.
Lange was born on May 25th in 1895 in Hoboken , New Jersey . Sadly, In 1902 at the young age of seven, she developed Polio, which weakened her right leg. She walked with a permanent limp the rest of her life. The neighborhood children made fun of her, and even her mother would act ashamed of her crippled
This started to because a daily process that she thought was use being mean to help daily she didn’t understand I was trying to help her. On August 14, 2014 I got into a wreck someone rear-ended me at a stop light, my back was hurt and I could no longer get her up and down daily. She give up completely I had to get help to change her or even move her I got to the point where she started to get bed sore so we took her to the hospital at that point I asked for help and hospice come in they immeditly told us she was in the end stages of dementia, but this was something we already know. We had seen the puzzle of her slowly falling apart right before our eyes
Hunting the nightmare bacteria Frontline investigates the alarming rise of deadly type of bacteria that our modern antibiotics cannot stop. This video is about three different cases of infection that is becoming impossible to treat. First case appear in Tucson, Arizona, May 2011. Addie an 11 years old, physically perfect. She start complaining to her mom about pain in her hip, next day took her to the hospital where they said she had symptom of a virus but days after the pain spread and the fever got worse.
The patient, Theresa Schiavo married Michael Schiavo in 1984 and they had six years of a normal marriage. Then in 1990, Theresa had a heart attack at the age of twenty-seven because of a potassium imbalance. She never regained consciousness until the present day because of her condition. She suffered a vegetative state all the while until her guardian decided to remove her status and euthanize her, causing her death. This is the point at which he differed with her
"Your whole body is in excruciating pain." Castanada was eventually transferred to the University of California Irvine's burn unit, where doctors said over 70 percent of her body was damaged, Corona said. She's undergone several surgeries over the past few weeks, but her feet are still blistering. Zeichner said he sees it most often with antibiotics, but MacKinnon said this sometimes fatal reaction is different from most reactions to antibiotics, which are usually limited to gastrointestinal symptoms. "Unfortunately, we have no way of predicting who would have this type reaction," Zeichner said, advising that patients only take prescriptions given to them by their doctors.
However, the process lasted several years; author’s grandmother has been suffered for an excruciating pain since the day her feet were made. This tradition has been exists for thousands of years in China. Author strong disagree with this kind of tradition is not only because of his grandmother’s life has destroyed by this flashily old aesthetic standard, but also the tradition itself contains child abuse and disrespect for women. Moreover, the old way to make “three-inch golden lilies” can cause many horrible diseases. Since the feet have to be made before little girls start their puberty, the mothers would do it as soon as possible in order to make sure that their child’s feet won’t grow too big.
Mary was pronounced dead. Doctors believed at first she had died from a stroke. However, over the course of the next three days, the death toll would rise. Extra- Strength Tylenol capsules tainted with cyanide would be responsible for Mary Kellerman and six more deaths.
I was in a double room and my roommate, Marie, a heavy girl, had jumped off the roof of her house and shattered her knee. She was there almost as long as I was and I later saw her at physical therapy. She never walked the same again and experienced several complications while in the hospital. What seemed like a simple fracture turned into a nightmare for her, and what seemed like a hopeless situation for me turned out alright. I couldn’t help but wonder why I was so lucky.