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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Two years later, mother of Jovan Belcher's victim struggles to cope with murder

    Some time Monday, on the second anniversary of the murder of her youngest daughter, Kasandra Perkins, Becky Gonzalez will have gone to Capital Parks Cemetery in Pflugerville, Texas. At the grave site, she'll change out Kasandra's flowers for the winter...
  • 'Birdman' wins big at Gotham Independent Film Awards

    "Birdman" was the big winner at the Gotham Awards on Monday, as Alejandro G. Iñarritu's black comedy scored the top prize of best feature and star Michael Keaton took the‎ actor honor. "I did this film for all of us that in our age are still...
  • Join in the festivities at library's tree lighting

    The community is invited to W.T. Bland Public Library's 18th annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony starting at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. There will be gingerbread, Christmas carols, candy canes, cookies, punch and a performance by the Mount Dora School of...
  • Velda Louise KingApril 11, 1927 - November 21, 2014

    Velda Louise King<br/>April 11, 1927 - November 21, 2014
    Velda King died peacefully at age 87 at the Solheim Lutheran Home in Eagle Rock, CA. She was born in Riceville, Iowa along with her twin sister Louida Rank who lives in Lincoln City, OR. She outlived her sister Bernita Howekamp, and older twins Paul...
  • Judicial Merit Selection

    Judicial Merit Selection
         When I wrote last month about my preference for merit selection of state appellate court judges, one of the people who responded was a woman who isn't so sure it's a good idea, based on her federal experiences.      Sally Keglovits brought some...
  • Joshua Safran at two Jewish book festivals; Dana Cowin for LitLunch

    Joshua Safran at two Jewish book festivals; Dana Cowin for LitLunch
    An array of Jewish book events continue this month. The David Posnack Jewish Community Center's 27th annual Book Festival continues through February; events are at the center (5850 S. Pine Island Road, Davie) unless otherwise noted. Authors will sign...
  • Police: Elderly woman dies week after murder-suicide attempt in Allentown

    Police: Elderly woman dies week after murder-suicide attempt in Allentown
    A 92-year-old woman died Thursday, almost a week after she was shot by her husband who then killed himself in their east Allentown home, according to city police. Malka Waide was suffering from Alzheimer's when her husband, Izak Waide, 92, shot her in...
  • Steinberg: Work still to be done

    I continue to believe that the spectrum of concussions in sports that have collisions is a ticking time bomb, and is a largely un-diagnosed public health crisis that urgently needs a solution. Prevention is one priority, teaching better blocking and...
  • Give your dog something else to do besides bark at cyclists

    Q: My 4-year-old Australian Shepherd now barks at people on bicycles as they go by the house. She never did this before. What's going on? A: Certified dog behavior consultant and longtime Australian Shepherd owner Liz Palika says, "That's about the age...
  • Ezekiel Emanuel under AMA fire for declaring desire to die at 75

     Ezekiel Emanuel under AMA fire for declaring desire to die at 75
    Ezekiel Emanuel, the older brother of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and a key figure in health policy circles, came under fire from fellow doctors this week for declaring in a magazine article that he wants to die at the age of 75. In the article, which...
  • Skid row singers soothe their bruised souls — together

    Skid row singers soothe their bruised souls &#8212; together
    The Colburn Wesley Project singers stepped out onto the 51st floor of a downtown Los Angeles skyscraper to make their debut. Dressed in lace, pearls and tailored suits, they mingled with the benefit's celebrity emcee, a statuesque former "Basketball...