Today is Michael Schumacher's 46th birthday. It has to be a better birthday than last year for the seven-time Formula One world champion and his family; he spent that one still in a coma in the wake of his terrible winter skiing accident. As he recovers, let's pause to remember one of the greatest moments of his…
Well today is a superb day.
So now the Telegraph is reporting that the doctors caring for Michael have told his family that "only a miracle can save him." This is not how doctors behave or talk to a patient's family. Here's why.
The Daily Mail has done it again. With yesterday's headline they've "forced" me to take to my blog to help clarify some of what's being said about Michael Schumacher.
Michael Schumacher is in critical condition after he suffered a traumatic head injury yesterday while skiing in the French Alps. He's currently being treated at Grenoble University Hospital Center, but doctors said today that it's still too early to tell if Schumacher will survive, or what the extent of his brain…
Early reports are coming in stating that state seven-time F1 champion Michael Schumacher sustained a 'serious head injury' while skiing in the French Alps and has been taken to the hospital. UPDATE: He was wearing a helmet.
What do you do if you're Michael Schumacher and you have to get your wife, kids and new puppy to the airport by taxi, and you're late? You push the cabbie aside and do the driving yourself, of course. Hey, it's Germany; Formula One veterans are driving all the cabs.