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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Safe-boating course offered — it's required to receive card

    The Harris Chain Sail & Power Squadron and the Lake County Sheriff's Office marine patrol unit will offer a safe-boating class from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 13 in Room 112 at Lake-Sumter State College's Foundation Building M at the Leesburg campus, 9501 U....
  • Royal Palm caretaker accused of stealing $855,000 from man

    Things didn't seem right to a neighbor when he saw the caretaker of a 77-year-old man go from driving an older model Oldsmobile to a 2011 Porsche Panamera, authorities say. The neighbor's suspicions led to a sheriff's investigation that found the...
  • 'The Strain' recap: 'Creatures of the Night' closes in, and a major death

    'The Strain' recap: 'Creatures of the Night' closes in, and a major death
    Is it wrong to be almost giddy about the latest episode of "The Strain," FX's hit summer thriller from creature creator Guillermo del Toro? No, it is not. Because Abraham Setrakian and Vasiliy Fet meet for the first time, bond immediately over the...
  • For Larry Yando, a full career amid the tyrants and misers

    For Larry Yando, a full career amid the tyrants and misers
    To play King Lear is to confront the possibility of being unloved and ill-used in your dementia-ridden old age. To play Ebenezer Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol" is to stare into your own grave in front of a family audience. Many have played the lead in...
  • Donald and Shelly Sterling seen lounging at Balboa Bay Club

     Donald and Shelly Sterling seen lounging at Balboa Bay Club
    The sun was shining as Donald Sterling reclined in a white beach chair. He sat on the members-only sand of the Balboa Bay Club, a signature blue-and-white striped club towel spread across the lounge beneath his bare back. The 80-year-old billionaire...
  • Roy Leonard, beloved WGN Radio personality, is dead at 83

    Roy Leonard, beloved WGN Radio personality, is dead at 83
    Roy Leonard, a courtly, erudite New Englander who became one of Chicago radio's biggest and most durable stars, a celebrity interviewer of national stature, and a trusted and thus highly influential critic of Chicago-area arts and entertainment, died...
  • Kathryn Kirkland: 'Sweetest face' had more than good looks

    Kathryn Kirkland: 'Sweetest face' had more than good looks
    Kathryn "Kitty" Kirkland was always told she was beautiful, but she wasn't the type to ever say it herself. That didn't stop others from doting on her looks, even winning her the title of "sweetest face in the world" from comic strip artist Al Capp....
  • Writer misinforms about vaccinations

    The Sept. 1 letter, "Vaccinations are not always necessary," is filled with false information that will harm your readers. The author states, "Studies show that adults who get flu shots five years in a row increase their risk of Alzheimer's by 1000...
  • Hunted 60 years ago, Sonia is running again

    Hunted 60 years ago, Sonia is running again
    On the frigid evening of Feb. 15, 2001, a silver-haired woman who stood less than 5 feet tall packed some skirts, blouses and underwear into two brown shopping bags. She put on her gray winter coat, locked the door to her Skokie home and fled. After she...
  • Trolling for fame: Couple has Guinness record collection of fuzzy dolls

    AKRON, Ohio Sherry Groom has a thing for beady eyes and impish grins. Thousands of thousands of them, in fact. The Cuyahoga Falls resident is the proprietor of the Troll Hole, a museum in Alliance, Ohio, that houses her world-record collection of...
  • Mysterious Facebook Petition Asks Fans to 'Save' Paul Schrader Movie

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Somewhere, Paul Schrader's head must be spinning. Again. Back in 2004, the iconoclastic "Taxi Driver" screenwriter found himself locked in a headline-grabbing battle for creative control when his "Dominion," a prequel to...