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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Book Events: Avon Comic Convention; Spoken Word At MCC

    Book Events: Avon Comic Convention; Spoken Word At MCC
    AvonCon, a Comic Convention presented by Avon Library, will offer free workshops and talks for kids and adults about many aspects of comic books and graphic novels at the library, 281 Country Club Road, Avon on Saturday, April 18, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m....
  • Morton Grove to host Alzheimer's educational program

    Morton Grove will host an Alzheimer's educational program this April, according to a news release. The Alzheimer's Association, Greater Illinois Chapter's educational program "Alzheimer's Research: Get Informed, Get Involved" will take place from 7...
  • Police calls made to couple's home prior to murder-suicide

    Authorities say police had responded on at least three occasions to the home of an elderly couple who died over the weekend in a murder-suicide at their northern New Jersey residence. Autopsies determined 100-year-old Michael Juskin killed his wife, 88-...
  • Robert E. Sundius Sr., electrical engineer

    Robert E. Sundius Sr., electrical engineer
    Robert E. Sundius Sr., a retired electrical engineer who had a lengthy career in private industry and government, died March 31 at Stella Maris Hospice of complications from vascular dementia. He was 84. The son of Carl Edwin Sandius, an accountant, and...
  • Dick Meyer: Finding the 'fountain of youth' would be great, but meanwhile dying well remains a top concern

    Early this week Gertrude Weaver died in Camden, Ark. Weaver was officially the oldest person in the world when she passed away. She was 116 years old. "She was a really sweet lady. She was relatively perky and coherent when I talked with her," Camden...
  • Orlando Home Health Care: Research Shows Diet May Reverse Cognitive Decline and Lower Risk of Developing Alzheimer's

    Research Shows How Diet Impacts Brain Health When you hear someone say, "You are what you eat...," they may have a point. In fact, current research may suppor and give weight to that advice. Lifestyle habits and diet have proven to have long-term impact...
  • Beauty Bus offers haircuts and hope to L.A.'s terminally ill patients

    Beauty Bus offers haircuts and hope to L.A.'s terminally ill patients
    A top-of-the-line haircut or manicure is something most people like to indulge in from time to time. But what about people who can’t physically make it out of their homes to a salon or spa to pamper themselves? The Beauty Bus Foundation, a Santa...
  • Financial problems threaten unique Dictionary of American Regional English

    The end may be near the half-century-old Dictionary of American Regional English. In a few months, the budget pool will drain to a puddle. Layoff notices have been sent and eulogies composed. "It's a damned shame. It's a shame that this country can no...
  • SingStrong to serenade Niles West High School

    Grammy winners and stars from popular musical reality TV shows will converge on Niles West High School April 10-12 for the third annual SingStrong, a three-day, non-stop singers' wonderland that will merge collegiate and high school singers with...
  • Community news for Jewett City edition

    Griswold's 200th anniversary parade GRISWOLD - The Griswold Bicentennial Committee is encouraging local groups to register as participants in the town's 200th anniversary parade, slated for Saturday, May 16 at 1 p.m. Civic groups, scout troops, clubs,...
  • Lt. Col. Robert Hite dies at 95; one of WWII's Doolittle Raiders

    Lt. Col. Robert Hite dies at 95; one of WWII's Doolittle Raiders
    Retired Lt. Col. Robert Hite, one of the famed World War II Doolittle Tokyo Raiders, has died. He was 95 and had Alzheimer's disease. Hite died Sunday at a nursing facility in Nashville, according to his son Wallace Hite. Hite was among 80 men...