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Embattled Petraeus to join faculty at Harvard

Parkin’ his car in Harvard Yard. The former CIA director and four-star Army general will lead a project at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. When? It was unclear when he would begin his role as a non-resident senior fellow or how long the position would last. PAGE 05

From left, Rajat Gupta, Adam Powell, Anwar Hussain, Vivek Sivathanu and Viqar Hussain — a team of Brigham and Women’s doctors and MIT engineers — show off a ring they are developing to perform routine heart tests like EKGs. NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

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Hackathon team pumps innovation from the heart Ring leader. A team of doctors and engineers are working on an easier way to monitor cardiology patients.

Worldwide

Metro launches daily paper in Nicaragua

Metro International, the world’s largest international newspaper, has expanded in Latin America by launching a free daily newspaper in Nicaragua. The newspaper was launched on Oct. 14 in the capital city of Managua. Metro is already the largest newspaper in Latin America with nearly 3.5 million daily readers across Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Guatemala, Colombia and Puerto Rico. “With newspapers and digital offerings in nine Latin American markets, we now have a very strong footprint in the region and we will continue to grow, not least in digital media,” said Per Mikael Jensen, CEO and president. “I’m very happy to see Metro launched in Nicaragua and to welcome Managua as one of the more than 200 cities around the world where you can pick up Metro.”

Doctors from Brigham and Women’s Hospital teamed up with engineers from the MIT Media Lab last month at the hospital’s inaugural iHub Hackathon to try and solve a pressing medical problem facing heart patients. About 100 clinicians, scientists and programmers pitched projects to a panel of judges in the hope of getting funding for further development. Within 48 hours, the winning team, “Ring Leader,” came up with a prototype for a wearable ring that can transmit a patient’s heart rate from their body to an app. A physician can then remotely review electrocardiogram — also known as EKG — readings and other relevant clinical metrics. The team used a 3-D printer to create the device, which is meant to be worn on a finger. The standard of care for heart disease, which is a leading cause of death worldwide, is currently for doctors to order expensive stress tests to assess a patient’s risk for a heart attack. Creators believe the ring would gather accurate data in a convenient and cost-effective way. “Often times I find I don’t need to order [the stress test], but we order it because we have no way of monitoring patients at home,” said Dr. Rajat Gupta, Brigham and Women’s cardiologist and Ring Leader member. “It would be better if

From left, Dr. Rajat Gupta, Dr. Adam Powell, Anwar Hussain, Vivek Sivathanu and Viqar Hussain collaborated on the project. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO What is an EKG? An electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) is a test that checks for problems with the electrical activity of the heart. •

Typically, a technician places probes on a patient’s chest to record the electrical impulses of the heart.

An EKG records these electrical signals and helps doctors detect irregularities in the heart’s rhythm and structure.

EKGs are done while the patient is at rest or while exercising.

Violence. Woman allegedly stabs boyfriend A Dorchester woman pleaded not guilty yesterday to allegedly stabbing her boyfriend during a fight last weekend. Police responded to a domestic incident at about 12:40 p.m. Sunday at 400 Savin Hill Ave. When officers arrived they found the man in the kitchen

suffering from a stab wound to his stomach. He was taken to Boston Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. Tina Thompson, 46, told officers that she and her boyfriend got into an argument that became physical, police said. Officers then noticed her hands were injured. METRO

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“The popularity of wearable devices is currently on the rise, as advances in battery and computer technology have made them more feasible.” Dr. Adam Powell

we could continuously collect this data, encourage patients to understand the importance of activity and save them the expensive trip to the hospital.” As humans continue to evolve with smartphones in hand, it’s obvious that wearable devices are an innovative and easy way to access and share information. The rising popularity of wearable technology can be Hernandez case

attributed to advances in battery and computer technology, which have made it more feasible, according to Dr. Adam Powell, a health care economist and a member of Ring Leader. “Never before in human history has it been common for people to walk around carrying a computer, a power source and a combination of short-range and long-range radios (like smartphones),” said

Powell. “However, I believe that mHealth devices, which require minimal user intervention and which do not require long-term adherence, will be the most successful. It’s far more realistic to assume that a person will be temporarily willing to wear a device than it is to assume that a person will be willing to wear one indefinitely.” The group is planning to work on a few more prototypes before seeking regulatory approval. “We’d want it to be perfect before we unveiled it,” said Gupta.

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A judge presiding over the murder case of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez refused to recuse herself yesterday after prosecutors filed a motion that she step down because she was allegedly “antagonistic” toward prosecutors. GLOBE

A possibly sick and almost certainly frightened feline was found wandering along the Mass. Pike during morning rush hour yesterday. State police said they received “numerous calls” reporting a cat in the median of Interstate 90 in Boston. Troopers wrangled the

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Emily Finn and Peter Murphy are helping to coordinate this year’s CANshare food drive. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO

City’s annual food drive goes social CANshare. The city is hoping residents will donate 50,000 pounds of canned food to the Greater Boston Food Bank. When Boston’s annual CANshare program started 27 years ago, there was no Twitter, no Facebook and no smartphones. But this year, the city’s Office of Food Initiatives is using social media and the Internet more than ever to help collect thousands of pounds of food for needy families in Greater Boston. The bostonCANshare drive kicks off today with an event at the Copley Square farmers market. This year’s goal is to Bus-ted

T assault suspect arrested A man suspected of attacking an MBTA bus driver and subsequently causing a multi-vehicle car crash last week in Chelsea has been arrested. Douglas Bergeron, 32, faces charges of assault and battery on a public employee and interfering with public transportation for allegedly making physical contact with a driver on Oct. 13, causing the bus, which was in motion, to crash into a parked car. METRO

get Boston’s citizens and businesses to give 50,000 pounds of canned food to the Greater Boston Food Bank and to donate $100,000 to the Fresh Food Fund initiative. For the first time, people can donate to the drive online. And, this year’s campaign will feature a 10-foot inflatable can mascot that will encourage people to share about the drive on social media. “It’s a new, fun way of getting people engaged,” said Emily Finn, bostonCANshare coordinator. Additionally, the drive coordinators are reaching out to colleges and universities to get the student population involved, because even if they individually can’t donate, they can help spread the word. “That is a population that’s very active on social media, and

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“The idea is to broaden the audience, make sure that as many people in Boston participate in this conversation about hunger.” Edith Murnane Boston’s director of food initiatives

so even if [students] are not able to donate, they’re able to help us spread the word,” said Pete Murphy, a Food Initiatives program coordinator. “They have a lot of social capital, which is something that will be very helpful to us.”

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MBTA fall. Woman rescued after falling onto T tracks at Davis Square For the second time in a week, an MBTA passenger had to be pulled from train tracks after walking off a platform. Surveillance video taken at 8:40 a.m. yesterday shows a woman, 31, being pulled to safety by a group of bystanders at Davis Square Station. She was treated for an injury to her arm. Last Tuesday, Red Line passengers rescued a woman from the tracks at Downtown Crossing Station. METRO

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Petraeus joining faculty at Harvard Kennedy School Education. The former CIA director will teach at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. David Petraeus, former CIA director and four-star Army general, will join the faculty of Harvard Kennedy School as a non-resident senior fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. The Harvard Crimson reports that Petraeus will helm a project at the Belfer Center called “The Coming North America Decades.” The project will study scientific, economic and technological factors that

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have contributed to North American competitiveness and analyze the potential effects of policy options on American interests. Fellow Harvard Kennedy School Professor Graham Allison confirmed the appointment. “We count ourselves fortunate,” Allison said, “to have David Petraeus making a major in-

tellectual investment in issues so central to a center whose mission is to advance policyrelevant knowledge about the most significant international challenges. “He has an inquiring mind, strategic orientation, intellectual fearlessness and appreciation of the academy that will make this a productive partnership.” Petraeus resigned from the CIA in 2012 following the scandal of his affair with biographer Paula Broadwell. He faced protests over his wartime role at an academic appointment in New York last month. It was unclear when Petraeus will begin his stint at Harvard.

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Shawn MacMillan, 22, of Medford, was arrested early Sunday for allegedly using a skateboard to smash out the back windshield of a vehicle that was parked outside Government Center Station, Transit Police said. METRO

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Police and FBI probe Twitter threat against Sen. Cruz Law enforcement officials are investigating threats made against U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz on Twitter last week, police said. Capitol Hill Police and the FBI are looking into a

series of posts made against the Texas Republican by a person identifying himself as Troy Gilmore Jr. who used Twitter handle @ArmyVet54 and described himself as a military veteran. “Take down Ted Cruz, at his home,” read one post. Another post said, “What goes around comes around CRUZ!!” REUTERS

Obamacare. Sebelius to testify to Congress about rollout problems Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius intends to testify before Congress about Obamacare’s troubled rollout, a spokeswoman said yesterday, but no specific date has been confirmed.

Sebelius has been under fire from Republicans after turning down an invitation to testify at a Thursday hearing before the House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee. REUTERS

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Solution. Some of the best tech talent is being brought in to repair the website, Obama said. President Barack Obama declared himself frustrated yesterday with the malfunctioning website that is central to his signature health care law and vowed to take steps to fix it. Scrambling to get ahead of a burgeoning political uproar over implementation of the Affordable Care Act, Obama took to the White House Rose Garden to insist the law is bigger than just a website and that eventually the bugs in the software will get worked out.

Online insurance exchanges were launched on Oct. 1 under the 2010 law, often called “Obamacare,” to offer health insurance plans to millions of uninsured Americans. But people trying to shop for health insurance at www. healthcare.gov have been frustrated by error messages, long waits and system failures, with many failing to make it through the system despite repeated tries. The president acknowledged the depth of the problem, saying that nobody is more frustrated than he is. Republicans strongly oppose the law and have begun to focus intense criticism on the health care system’s rollout. REUTERS

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Getting lost in Wilbur Smith Books. With “Vicious Circle,” the best-selling author returns to the land of his childhood. Best-selling author Wilbur Smith started his adventures at a young age: He was just 13 years old when he shot three lions in self-defense. “It was me or them,” Smith, now 80, recalls. But he has conquered much more than lions: Today, Smith is one of the Top 20 best-selling authors with 122 million book sales under his belt. His books are No. 1 in the U.K., Italy, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand — his last three books were on the New York Times Best Seller list. Smith’s latest “Vicious Circle,” which hit U.S. stores

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earlier this month, chronicles protagonist Hector Cross’ fight to avenge his wife’s murder. Cross, like Smith, also grew up in Africa: Smith lived on his father’s ranch in Northern Rhodesia until he left for boarding school in South Africa. But even if Smith hadn’t had that experience in Africa, he may have found himself writing about such exotic lands. He does extensive research to transport his readers to his world. He has visited nearly all of the places he describes in his books, except for Mecca after a failed attempt. Smith and his wife just returned from exploring ruins in Crete for a future book. “Like Stephen King says, ‘You can get lost in Wilbur Smith’s world,’” says Smith.

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Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Discuss money matters with someone close to you to find a way to meet your financial demands. A realistic approach will help make adjustments.

Aries | March 21-April 20. Calm down and consider what you can accomplish. Making a decision without giving enough thought to the outcome will end up costing you.

Scorpio | Oct. 23-Nov. 21. For maximum inspiration, you should visit destinations that are educational Don’t be afraid to speak up if you don’t understand or like something.

Taurus | April 21-May 21. Push for what you want today. Put more into your relationships. It’s important to understand what others want and need if you expect to get something in return.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22-Dec. 21. Observe a situation until you feel you have enough information to make a good judgment call. Don’t let anger lead you in the wrong direction. Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. Use your clout, know-how and confidence to help you gain favors and support from influential people. An unpredictable situation is best left alone. Stick to conservative plans. Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. You’ll be questioned if you appear to be uncertain. Assess your situation and make decisions based on what will make your life easier. Physical activity will ease stress. Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Don’t judge others. Creative endeavors will bring the best return on your effort. An emotional situation isn’t likely to go the way you want. Back away from it until you are in a better position.

Gemini | May 22-June 20. Explore new interests and connect with people. Love is in the stars, and romance will end your day on an up note. A personal problem must be dealt with honestly. Cancer | June 21-July 22. Socializing with friends or colleagues will spark interesting conversations and lead to new ideas. Younger and older people in your life will inspire you. Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Listen to any complaints being made and do your best to rectify a problem before it gets out of hand. Do something that makes you feel good. A positive shift is heading your way. Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. What you do and say will make a difference to the outcome of a business situation or a group endeavor. If you look for unusual alternatives, you will find a solution. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

Don’t be so sly about Sly Re: ‘“Escape Plan” after-party held at Buca di Beppo’ (Metro, Oct. 17) “I can suspend my disbelief just enough to pretend that Stallone has an advanced degree in engineering” — well, Ms. Robinson, as I read this personal attack on good old Sly I have a few questions. The first screenplay you wrote, did it win an Oscar for best picture? Has the character you invented been revered for almost 40 years? Has that same character been put into

the actual Boxing Hall of Fame? Did someone make a statue of you? Or do you just write pretentious insults in a daily newspaper? THOMAS J. ST. PIERRE, VIA EMAIL

Don’t let racism be a hairy topic Re: ‘Don’t dread the dreads’ (Metro, Oct. 17) I am writing in response to the gentleman who faced discrimination because he wears dreads. I want to express my solidarity with you. I am so sorry

that you have faced ignorant discrimination and all the hurt that goes with it, and that goes for anyone who has faced similar prejudice. I am white, and must admit that a long time ago I felt discomfort around dreads, though I never expressed it out loud. I have come to really appreciate the beauty of dreads. I think they are magnificent and they remind me of the roots of trees. Please, my sisters and brothers, stop mistreating people for how they wear their hair and for their skin color. Your actions hurt real people, like your-

self. Think how you would feel if others ridiculed you for your straight hair, or if you faced discrimination at your job because of your hairstyle. Black people ought to be able to wear their hair any way they like and not be punished for it. Enough with racism. It is so destructive. Let’s replace it with color love and justice and peace. SHIFRA FREEWOMAN, VIA EMAIL

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Uehara an unflappable force in Boston bullpen MLB. Koji Uehara has been nothing short of amazing for the AL champion Red Sox. After allowing a walk-off home run in a crucial playoff game, one would think a typical closer, especially one who hadn’t assumed a full-time closer’s role until this season, would be rattled. But, staying consistent with the rest of his improbable 2013 story, Koji Uehara wasn’t rattled one bit in the days following Game 3 of the ALDS against the Rays. In fact, Uehara’s focus has seemingly never been better since allowing the dramatic homer to Tampa Bay’s Jose Lobaton. Since the walk-off, Uehara has allowed just four hits and zero runs in 7 1/3 innings. That includes the save he registered the very next night in Game 4 in St. Petersburg, Fla. “He commands so much respect based on the way he goes about his business and the way he prepares every day,” reliever Craig Breslow said. “He is one of the first guys to get here and he takes care of himself after his outings.” Since being tabbed closer in late June, the 38-year-old

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Game 1: Tomorrow, Cardinals at Red Sox, 8:07 p.m., FOX

Game 2: Thursday, Cardinals at Red Sox, 8:07 p.m., FOX

Game 3: Saturday, Red Sox at Cardinals, 8:07 p.m., FOX

Game 4: Sunday, Red Sox at Cardinals, 8:15 p.m., FOX

Game 5: Monday, Oct. 28, Red Sox at Cardinals, 8:07 p.m., FOX (if necessary)

Game 6: Wednesday, Oct. 30, Cardinals at Red Sox, 8:07 p.m., FOX (if necessary)

Game 7: Thursday, Oct. 31, Cardinals at Red Sox, 8:07 p.m., FOX (if necessary)

finished with 21 saves (20 after officially being named closer) and was as close to automatic as you can get. After June 26 and with the closer’s title, he allowed just two earned runs the rest of the regular season, including a 30 1/3 scoreless inning streak, as well as a clubrecord 33 consecutive batters retired from late August to Sept. 17.

In the postseason, where pressure is at its highest, Uehara has been phenomenal; in nine total innings he’s allowed just one run on five hits while striking out 13 and picking up five saves along the way. He’s also struck out at least one batter in every game except Game 3 against the Rays, despite a fastball that barely reaches 90 mph. The 2013 ALCS MVP has also been asked to pitch more than one inning in many outings, which was something he hadn’t done much of before this year. Since he was named closer he had seven appearances of more than an inning, but in the postseason three of his eight outings have been more than an inning. Once a major concern during the season, the Red Sox could not be any more confident than they currently are with their closer. When the game is on the line in the ninth inning, with “Sandstorm” playing over the Fenway PA system, and their strike-throwing machine enters the game, those games almost always end with high fives all around.

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Bill Belichick initially protested the unsportsmanlike conduct call on Chris Jones in Sunday’s OT loss to the Jets. The Pats head coach backtracked a tad yesterday. “Obviously, we are wrong. What else is there to say? We’re wrong,” Belichick said. “Look, it’s our job to understand the rules. Whatever the bottom line is, we didn’t do it properly. So, what else is there to say?”

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Intricately carved gourds, an enchanted stroll, a garden of life-size moving DINOSAURS! Tricks and treats for all kids in costume! Train and unlimited amusement rides included!

Fun for the whole family! OFF7ED4HURSsOFF&RI 3UN

Tickets on sale now! www.Edaville.com (508) 866-8190

16 boston Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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