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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Former Iowa lawmaker found not guilty of spousal sex abuse

    An Iowa jury on Wednesday found a longtime state lawmaker not guilty of sexually abusing his wife who suffered from dementia, an unusual case that centered on when a person is no longer mentally capable of consenting to sex. After about 13 hours of...
  • Senior briefs

    Annapolis Center The following activities are offered through the Annapolis Senior Activity Center, 119 S. Villa Ave. Information: 410-222-1818. Concert Tom Lucas performs oldies but goodies at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 29. A jewelry sale will be...
  • Memory Cafe serves up camaraderie for Alzheimer's patients, caregivers

    Memory Cafe serves up camaraderie for Alzheimer's patients, caregivers
    They talked about sports, cruises, the weather and local events. But the one thing the dozen people gathered in Glen Burnie Monday night didn't discuss was what brought them all together — Alzheimer's disease. They were at the Pascal Senior...
  • Easton honors longtime businesses

    Easton honors longtime businesses
    In 1910, Matthew Sylvester Reilly started recycling old newspapers in a barn behind his house on Easton's South Side. For the last 105 years, M.S. Reilly Inc. has turned trash into usable paper from an address within Easton's city limits. There's always...
  • Police: man, 64, missing from Mount Sinai Hospital

    Police: man, 64, missing from Mount Sinai Hospital
    Police are asking for help finding a 64-year-old man who went missing from Mount Sinai Hospital Thursday afternoon. Khalid Sawa, who authorities say suffers from dementia, went missing from Mount Sinai Hospital, 1500 S. California Ave., about 12:30 p.m....
  • Ex-Bears star's family to appeal NFL concussion settlement

    The family of late Pro Bowl safety Dave Duerson will appeal this week's NFL concussion settlement amid concerns it doesn't include future awards for the brain decay diagnosed after his 2011 suicide. An appeal could hold up the settlement approved...
  • Quick-hitting pitches presented at Ignite Carroll

    Quick-hitting pitches presented at Ignite Carroll
    Carroll County residents were educated on everything from juggling to main streets to the Cold War on Thursday night at the Carroll Arts Center as presenters accepted the challenge to spark discussion and interest in just five minutes at Ignite Carroll....
  • Ex-deputy with Lou Gehrig's disease not guilty in killings

    Ex-deputy with Lou Gehrig's disease not guilty in killings
    A jury on Thursday found a former Wisconsin sheriff's deputy with Lou Gehrig's disease not legally responsible in the killing of his wife and sister-in-law. Andrew Steele, 40, will be committed for life to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services,...
  • Fitness Files: Eat a vegetable, don't be one

    When I left classroom teaching, a young teacher with a 100-watt smile took my place. Marlie's zany originality, no-nonsense manner and empathy for children made her exactly the person I hoped would replace me. That year, she turned 30. Rebelling...
  • Moise H. Goldstein, Hopkins biomedical engineer

    Moise H. Goldstein, Hopkins biomedical engineer
    Moise H. Goldstein Jr., a retired Johns Hopkins biomedical engineer who assisted the hearing impaired, died of dementia complications April 9 at a Providence, R.I., nursing home. The former Mount Washington resident was 88. Hopkins colleagues said...
  • Dave Duerson's family to appeal NFL concussion settlement: lawyer

    Dave Duerson's family to appeal NFL concussion settlement: lawyer
    PHILADELPHIA -- The family of the late NFL safety Dave Duerson plans to appeal terms of this week's class-action concussion settlement "sooner rather than later." Family lawyer Thomas Demetrio objects to the exclusion of future awards for CTE, the brain...