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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Prisoners of a long-lost cause

    Could this, at last, be the end of the Civil War? Or, as some fans of Southern heritage call it, the War Between the States? Or the War of Northern Aggression? That question came to mind as I watched South Carolina's Republican Gov. Nikki Haley do what...
  • Extension office offers free financial webinars

    The University of Florida/Lake County Extension Office will offer the following free financial "webinars" (seminars on the Web) from noon to 1 p.m. •Thursday is "Understanding Debt Relief Options." Viewers will explore the truth about five common...
  • WHERE TO GET YOUR WEEKLY FORUM

    Pick up your Deerfield and Pompano Forum at these locations: Deerfield Beach Natura Rec Center 437 SW Natura Ave, 33441 NE Focal Point Senior Center 227 NW 2nd St., 33441 NE Focal Point Thrift Store 301 NW 2nd Ave., 33441 B’Nai B’Rith...
  • Craft beer, music combine for Yorkville Summer Solstice Fest

     Craft beer, music combine for Yorkville Summer Solstice Fest
    After months of rain, snow, wind and gloomy skies, everyone is looking for summer to come. One of the best ways to celebrate the beginning of this beautiful season is to attend the 2015 Summer Solstice Music and Craft Beer Festival that will take place in...
  • Cops: Elderly man with Alzheimer's missing from South Side

    Cops: Elderly man with Alzheimer's missing from South Side
    Chicago police are asking for the public's help finding a man who has Alzheimer's disease and went missing Tuesday morning from the South Side. Matthew Vasser, 83, was last seen by family about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. He knows his first name but may not...
  • Sentence delayed for Florida man in 37-year-old case

    Sentencing has been delayed because of mental issues for an elderly Florida man who was on the lam for 37 years until his capture late last year in Mexico. Defense lawyers for 81-year-old Robert Anton Woodring say he is exhibiting symptoms of Alzheimer's...
  • For South Carolina, a step forward

    For South Carolina, a step forward
    Could this, at last, be the end of the Civil War? Or, as some fans of Southern heritage call it, the War Between the States? Or, the War of Northern Aggression? That question came to mind as I watched South Carolina's Republican Gov. Nikki Haley...
  • Speak Out: Street gang members are urban terrorists

    Speak Out: Street gang members are urban terrorists
    I had to laugh when I read another delusional Speak Out from BJ from Hazel Crest. BJ proposes that we get gang-bangers to talk about who gets shot in various communities to help resolve problem of gun violence. The problem is that people with similar...
  • Lasers, magnetism allow glimpses of the human brain at work

    To the untrained eye, it looked like a seismograph recording of a violent earthquake or the gyrations of a very volatile day on Wall Street — jagged peaks and valleys in red, blue and green, displayed on a wall. But the story it told was not about...
  • Creator of pink plastic lawn flamingo dies at 79

    Creator of pink plastic lawn flamingo dies at 79
    The creator of the pink plastic lawn flamingo, the ultimate symbol of American lawn kitsch, has died. Donald Featherstone was 79. Featherstone's wife, Nancy, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that her husband died Monday at an elder care facility in...
  • Study: Scant evidence that medical pot helps many illnesses

    Medical marijuana has not been proven to work for many illnesses that state laws have approved it for, according to the first comprehensive analysis of research on its potential benefits. The strongest evidence is for chronic pain and for muscle...