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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Mayo Clinic unravels a mystery disease for Minnesota lawyer

    ROCHESTER, Minn. �� Greg Widseth didn't know what hit him.
  • Deconstructing memory at the La Grange Art League

    Deconstructing memory at the La Grange Art League
    Memories — creating them and retaining them — have been the main theme in the work of Indian Head Park artist Sarah Rehmer for the past 12 years, ever since her grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease. Thirty-five of her memory-...

    Lt. Col. Robert Hite dies at 95; one of WWII's Doolittle Raiders

    Lt. Col. Robert Hite dies at 95; one of WWII's Doolittle Raiders
    Retired Lt. Col. Robert Hite, one of the famed World War II Doolittle Tokyo Raiders, has died. He was 95 and had Alzheimer's disease. Hite died Sunday at a nursing facility in Nashville, according to his son Wallace Hite. Hite was among 80 men...

    Tennessee stands between Terps women and return to Final Four

    Tennessee stands between Terps women and return to Final Four
    Maryland point guard Lexie Brown grew up in Florida and played high school basketball in Georgia, so as a youth in SEC country, the sophomore couldn't help but admire the tradition-rich Tennessee women's program. She even attended the last Final Four in...

    Financial problems threaten unique Dictionary of American Regional English

    The end may be near the half-century-old Dictionary of American Regional English. In a few months, the budget pool will drain to a puddle. Layoff notices have been sent and eulogies composed. "It's a damned shame. It's a shame that this country can no...