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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Thirty-year vacation produces myriad memories

    Thirty-year vacation produces myriad memories
    During a media session prior to the February 2009 Super Bowl between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin pointed at me and said, "You owe me for getting you a week's vacation in Tampa." Tomlin was right. Sort of....
  • Concert Review: Webb, McGovern play spirited show

    Concert Review: Webb, McGovern play spirited show
    Last summer in the Segerstrom Center for the Arts' Summer at the Center program, which provides musical training for at-risk teenagers, the instructor taught the class a medley of songs with wordless choruses: "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye," "Gettin'...
  • Ohio man sentenced to hold 'BULLY' sign jeered, taunted

    Ohio man sentenced to hold 'BULLY' sign jeered, taunted
    An Ohio man sentenced by a judge to spend Sunday holding a sign reading "I AM A BULLY" at a busy suburban Cleveland intersection was greeted by a boisterous stream of honking car horns, jeers and insults. Edmond Aviv, 62, clad in a hat and dark...
  • Seth Rogen celebrates 4/20 with James Franco on 'SNL'

    Seth Rogen celebrates 4/20 with James Franco on 'SNL'
    Marijuana? Check. James Franco? Check. Some cringe-worthy sophomoric phallic jokes? Check. Seth Rogen last night hosted what was probably a frat house’s favorite episode of “Saturday Night Live” from this season. The weed humor came...
  • FAU seeks prestigious Max Planck degree program

    FAU seeks prestigious Max Planck degree program
    FAU may land a prestigious new neuroscience degree program that promises to attract top students and researchers from around the world. FAU's Jupiter campus is the proposed site of an International Max Planck Research School, a program where students...
  • Mizeur would legalize physician-assisted suicide

    Mizeur would legalize physician-assisted suicide
    Del. Heather R. Mizeur promised to push for a law allowing physician-assisted suicide in Maryland if elected governor. "If terminally ill, mentally competent adults choose to end their life, they should be able to seek a life-ending dose of medicine...
  • E. Brent Snodgrass, PR executive

    E. Brent Snodgrass, PR executive
    E. Brent Snodgrass, who had been Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s regional director of public and political affairs and later established a Florida public relations firm, died April 1 of complications from dementia at his Tampa home. He was 85. Edwin Brent...
  • Eva Ban dies at 94; woman in famous beach photo with President Kennedy

    Eva Ban dies at 94; woman in famous beach photo with President Kennedy
    Today, the image would have gone viral in an instant: The president of the United States, dripping wet in swim trunks before a throng of excited beachgoers, trading a look and a laugh with an attractive woman in a polka-dot bikini. But well before the...
  • Now's the time to pay mind to Alzheimer's: Editorial

     Now's the time to pay mind to Alzheimer's: Editorial
    Every 67 seconds a doctor shares the dread news with someone in America: You have Alzheimer's disease. Nearly 500,000 people who've heard that diagnosis call Florida home. Worse, expect the ranks of Floridians afflicted with the irreversible brain...
  • Pat Summitt congratulates Auriemma and UConn women on title

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. Geno Auriemma wasn't immediately overcome by winning a ninth national championship Tuesday night. Instead it was two of his players that had the Connecticut coach choked up. He referred to seniors Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley as...
  • Orville Donnelly, retired physician

    Orville Donnelly, retired physician
    Orville Wright Donnelly, a retired physician who was a McDonogh School graduate, died of dementia complications March 28 at Kendall-Crosslands retirement community in Kennett Square, Pa. The former Homeland resident was 91. Born in Trenton, N.J., he was...