Linda Carroll
American writer
Linda Carroll
Linda Carroll is an American author and the mother of Courtney Love. Carroll was adopted into an Italian Catholic family. She graduated from high school in 1961 and gave birth to Love in 1964. After finishing her bachelors degree in Oregon in the 1970s, she moved to New Zealand. She returned to Oregon in the 1980s and received a masters in counseling, and began practicing as a therapist.
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Lye attack victim gets new face in 15-hour surgery - NBCNews.com (blog)
Google News - about 4 years
CBS News Lye attack victim gets new face in 15-hour surgery NBCNews.com (blog) By Linda Carroll, NBC News, contributor. Carmen Blandin Tarleton before the attack and in July 2011, prior to face transplant surgery. For the past six years Carmen Blandin Tarleton, a 44-year-old registered nurse and mother of two from Thetford, Vermont, ... Woman burned with lye gets face transplant at Boston hospitalCBS News Vt. lye victim gets new face at Boston hospitalBoston.com Former NH nurse undergoes face transplantThe Union Leader Laboratory Equipment -GlobalPost all 19 news articles »
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Study Shows Thinking In A Foreign Language Helps People Make More Rational Decisions.
City Town Info - almost 5 years
May 8, 2012 Business professionals making risk assessments probably call upon years of business education for direction, but according to new research, foreign language classes could be just as valuable. According to a press release published by the Association for Psychological Science, researchers at the University of Chicago have found that people who make decisions in a non-native language tend to be more analytical. Conversely, decisions made in their native tongue tend to be more rash and emotional. These findings could have important implications in the work place, especially for business professionals analyzing risk. "Given that more and more people use a foreign language on a daily basis, our discovery could have far-reaching implications," wrote the authors, as reported by Wired. "Over a long time horizon, this might very well be beneficial." Bloomberg BusinessWeek reports that over the past decade, behavior economics research shows that humans have an aversion to ...
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Argentine 'miracle' baby found alive after 12 hours in morgue
Today Moms - MSN - almost 5 years
Parents in Argentina discover their premature baby girl was alive 12 hours after doctors declared her dead. NBC's Gabe Gutierrez reports. By Linda Carroll A baby that had been declared dead at birth was discovered alive by her parents after she had spent 12 hours in a frigid morgue drawer in Argentina. The baby, born about three months prematurely, was whisked off to the morgue before her parents even saw her, said the baby’s mother, Analia Bouter. “I don’t remember much because I was put to sleep,” Bouter said through a translator. “They never showed me the baby.” Twelve hours after the baby was declared dead at the Argentine hospital, Bouter and her husband insisted hospital employees bring them to the morgue and allow them to say goodbye. But when morgue employees opened the drawer where the baby lay, the parents heard her crying. “That’s when we heard the baby cry,” said Favian Veron, the baby’s father. Bouter fell to her knees in disbelief, fearing she was hallucinatin ...
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School bans girl with cerebral palsy from using walker
Today Moms - MSN - almost 5 years
By Linda Carroll Kristi Roberts was stunned when school officials insisted that her 5-year-old daughter switch to a wheelchair from the walker she’d been using for the previous two years. Little LaKay had battled cerebral palsy and epilepsy since she was born, and Kristi had worked hard to get her little girl up out of the wheel chair and walking – she couldn’t believe that the school was now taking away their hard-earned progress. Kristi explained her position to NBC’s Janet Shamlian. Live Poll Should the school allow LaKay to use her walker? Yes.No.VoteView Results 179965 Yes. 94% 179966 No. 6% VoteTotal Votes: 58506 “If she can walk now, please let her walk,” Kristi said. “Don’t strap her in a wheelchair. We’ve worked so hard. She has worked so hard.” When Kristi tried to make her case, officials from the New Caney Independent School District weren’t moved. They insisted that because LaKay had fallen down in the school’s parking lot – when she was wi ...
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About Town: Edwin Worthen's Shrines - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
With a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and help from Anita Worthen's estate, Reference Librarian Linda Carroll and her team sorted through the Worthen Collection and noted every article – right down to his notes and thoughts
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Mysterious disorder triggers outrage over sounds - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
... groups on line. heidi has talked about coping strategies that she's employed. it's really about learnin how to live with the disease. >> i think this is just the beginning on reporting on this. thank you so much for your information. By Linda Carroll
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Bad batteries in defibrillators tied to cardiac deaths - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
When Ralph Polanec collapsed June 25 at his Washington, DC, gym, staff members thought they could save him with a shock from their automated external defibrillator. But when they tried to turn it on, nothing happened
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Time to focus on excesses of practice - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
The important forthcoming book "The Concussion Crisis," by Linda Carroll and David Rosner -- a book everyone involved with football or concerned about the sport must read -- details the evolving evidence that cumulative neurological damage from lots of
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Mountain Lion Sightings Reported - Mountain News
Google News - over 5 years
Linda Carroll, who lives on Spring Way in Deer Lodge Park, told this newspaper she believes a mountain lion recently has raided her property and made off with her 10 chickens and three geese. "They're all gone," she said. "It's the only thing that
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Seniors turning to plastic surgery to look younger - DigitalJournal.com
Google News - over 5 years
In a health segment with Today.com correspondent, Linda Carroll and Aditi Roy, Cook exposes as nonsense the notion that seniors aren't concerned about their physical appearance. Truth is, more and more seniors are putting their money where their sags
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Passengers on Amtrak train may have been exposed to measles - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
Passengers riding on an Amtrak train headed to Virginia from Boston last week may have been exposed to measles, according health officials. Yes, your diet can affect your smile. Click to see which veggies can help keep your choppers
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Festival captures Monty art beat - Diamond Valley Leader
Google News - over 5 years
Montmorency Traders Association centre co-ordinator Linda Carroll said local art would hang in businesses lining the shopping strip during the two-week festival. “What we try and do is get as many local artists as possible. They can be established or
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After-hours care affects emergency department use in Leduc - EurekAlert (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
David Jones, a graduate student in the University of Alberta's School of Public Health, along with Linda Carroll, professor in the School of Public Health, and Leonard Frank, executive director of the Leduc Beaumont Devon Primary Care Network,
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Lexington arena study group will visit Columbus on Friday - Lexington Herald Leader
Google News - over 5 years
The group going to Columbus also includes chief development officer Kevin Atkins; Debbie Long, owner of Dudley's restaurant; John McCarty of Capital Advisors; preservationist Linda Carroll; architect and neighborhood representative Tom Cheek;
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When extreme exercise turns deadly - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
The heart-related deaths of two New York City triathlon competitors has once again opened the question of whether extreme exercise can be dangerous, or even deadly. No one knows yet whether either competitor had, for example,
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Widely used PTSD drug fails test in combat veterans - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
A medication commonly used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder in combat veterans may not be effective in reducing overall PTSD severity, a new study shows. Achy joints? Nix the over-the-counter meds and get moving
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Fish oil in pregnancy may ward off babies' colds - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
Women who take fish oil supplements during pregnancy may boost their babies' immune systems and help protect against colds during the first months of life, a new study shows. Infants whose mothers were given DHA, or docosahexaenoic
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