(Reuters) - The lawyer assigned to handle the defense of Pedro Hernandez, the man who New York police say has confessed to strangling Etan Patz 33 years ago, has a track record of representing high-profile homicide defendants with a history of mental illness. Harvey Fishbein, a 39-year veteran of criminal defense law in New York, wasted no time in signaling that Hernandez's mental fitness would be an issue in the case. ... read more..
Fitness May Boost Survival for Women With Breast Cancer
FRIDAY, May 25 (Healthday News) -- Women with advanced breast cancer who have higher levels of fitness during treatment tend to live longer than women with lower levels of fitness during treatment, new research finds. read more..