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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Casey Kasem, hip to be square

    He remembered everything about that night. He remembered the song they slow danced to -- "You Are My Lady." He remembered the play of the lights in her hair as he held her. He remembered her eyes as she looked up at him. He remembered wanting to spend...
  • Forget all the eye-rolling — Casey's stories struck a chord

    He remembered everything about that night. He remembered the song they slow danced to — "You Are My Lady." He remembered the play of the lights in her hair as he held her. He remembered her eyes as she looked up at him. He remembered wanting...
  • Former Auschwitz guard faces potential extradition, trial

    Stooped, slightly dazed, and hobbling with a cane for support, 89-year-old Johann Breyer shuffled into a federal courtroom Wednesday to account once again for his role in atrocities committed nearly a lifetime ago. Federal authorities arrested the...
  • Former Flyer brawler Larry Zeidel dead at 86

    PHILADELPHIA Larry Zeidel, a rugged former Philadelphia Flyers defenseman who became infamous for a bloody, stick-swinging incident in 1968, died Tuesday morning at Pennsylvania Hospital. He was 86 and had been battling congestive heart failure, kidney...
  • Formula 1 could be Danica's road

     Formula 1 could be Danica's road
    As Danica Patrick continues to be a back-packer on most weekend grinds on the NASCAR circuit, the chance of a complete makeover looms more and more as a possibility. Is Formula One in her future? There is a logical window of opportunity. Gene Haas,...
  • Facing Alzheimer's? Prepare for the financial punch now

    Bill and Nancy Frost started making financial plans to deal with Alzheimer's disease as quickly as they addressed the medical issues. Bill, 75, was still in the early stages of Alzheimer's after seven years, but he and Nancy, 73, knew that his health...
  • Game makers eager to pick your brain with neurogaming

    For a glimpse of an evolving technology that promises to shake video gaming to its foundation, check out "Throw Trucks With Your Mind." Unlike most video games, it doesn't rely solely on a mouse or joystick. Instead, its players also don a headset that...
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  • At Real Art Ways, A Dramatic Display Of The Dying

    At Real Art Ways, A Dramatic Display Of The Dying
    Two years ago, five young female students at University of Hartford took a summer internship to work with hospice patients and other long-term shut-ins on art projects. All went into The Ellipses Project, organized by Art Professor Cat Balco, thinking...
  • Eradicating ailments and diseases that inflict the elderly

    During the last century in the U.S., the average human life-span has almost doubled principally due to scientific improvements in modern medicine, technological advancements and more effective treatments for various disorders. Now the conundrum is how...
  • Sarah "Sally" Burns Eason December 19, 1923 - June 7, 2014

    Sarah "Sally" Burns Eason <br/> December 19, 1923 - June 7, 2014
    Our wonderful Mom, Sally, died following a brief illness, with her daughter and son-in-law at her side. Mom was born in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, an only child to adoring parents Ralph and Ruth Bannerman. She was always on the go… college, service...