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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • House Votes For New Crime Of Electronic Stalking

    House Votes For New Crime Of Electronic Stalking
    HARTFORD – A measure that sailed through the House of Representatives would put a new crime on the books in Connecticut: electronic stalking. The bill would make it illegal to repeatedly use a global positioning system "or similar electronic...
  • EXCHANGE: Student interns solve problems for businesses

    Memories are often stirred to life by music, and for those with Alzheimer's or dementia, the music of their youth can part the mists. "I think it's just seeing how music aids a person, their emotions, and makes them feel things and it brings back...
  • State Rests Case In East Hartford Triple Murder

    State Rests Case In East Hartford Triple Murder
    HARTFORD — The state rested its triple murder case against Brett Bednarz Thursday morning and his defense began working to prove that Bednarz had nothing to do with the slaying of his mother and two houseguests in East Hartford in November 2010....
  • Lehigh Valley driver Josh Paashous completes cross-country Cannonball Run-type race

    Lehigh Valley driver Josh Paashous completes cross-country Cannonball Run-type race
    OK, yeah, Josh Paashous admits he lost his driving privileges in one state because he was going a little too fast on one of its highways last year during the annual Tire Rack One Lap of America Race, a spinoff of the old Cannonball Run. But what began as...
  • On The Fly: Poll Finds Fans Think Brady – And Rest Of NFL – Cheat

    On The Fly: Poll Finds Fans Think Brady – And Rest Of NFL – Cheat
    No real surprise here because outside of New England, there isn't much love for the Patriots: 63 percent of all fans and 76 percent who described themselves as avid fans surveyed in an ESPN/ABC News poll think that Tom Brady's four-game suspension for...
  • As head of national bridge league, Glenview woman helps fight Alzheimer's

    As head of national bridge league, Glenview woman helps fight Alzheimer's
    A Glenview woman and established bridge player is helping to host The Longest Day, an event in Chicago raising funds for Alzheimer's research. Resident Suzi Subeck is president of the American Contract Bridge League, which has 167,000 members in four...
  • Next up for Gordie Howe: Move to Toledo, possible visit to Joe Louis Arena

    As Gordie Howe continues to defy dementia and the repercussions of several strokes, his family is eyeing a visit to Joe Louis Arena. After watching a live-stream feed of Michigan and Canadian officials announce that the new bridge between Detroit and...
  • Libertyville author named 'Soon to Be Famous' finalist

    Libertyville author named 'Soon to Be Famous' finalist
    Not long ago Jane Steen saw a grainy photograph of a "poor farm" in a book on Lake County history and thought, "What a great location for a novel." "The story just started to write itself in my head," said Steen, who lives in Libertyville. "I saw the...
  • Long-serving Newport News police dog euthanized after cancer diagnosis

    Long-serving Newport News police dog euthanized after cancer diagnosis
    Officers with the Newport News Police Department are mourning the recent loss of one of their own — a member of the four-legged variety. Isabel, a bloodhound known as Izzy to the officers she worked closely with, was euthanized May 7 after a...
  • Man, 53, reported missing from Hermosa

    Man, 53, reported missing from Hermosa
    Police are searching for a man who went missing from the Hermosa neighborhood Wednesday. Edwin Perez, 53, was reported missing from the 2300 block of North Kedvale Avenue on the Northwest Side about 2 p.m. Wednesday, according to a Chicago police alert....
  • Intersections: A different method of storing contacts

    Intersections: A different method of storing contacts
    Recently, I drove to San Diego to document the triumphs and tribulations of a team of Mongolian memory athletes at a tournament that tests extreme memory, focus and recall skills. For 10 hours, I sat in a room with the Mongolians and a host of other...