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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Bruce Wagner continues his Hollywood topography in 'Maps to the Stars'

    Bruce Wagner continues his Hollywood topography in 'Maps to the Stars'
    He stands in black boots and black coat, phone at his ear, as if conspiring with a distant demon. He beckons in a rooftop cafe and hangs up. The Hollywood Hills, which he has known since childhood, rise tidy and neat; houses shine, pools glimmer. But to...
  • Would You Walk With Me

    Would You Walk With Me The Impact of a Patient’s Request We often read about what caregivers provide, but we need to remind ourselves that patients also give of themselves in the most forthright and heartfelt ways. It is not what someone gives...
  • NFL concussion settlement a victory for former players

    The revised NFL concussion settlement did not come about easily, and it did not happen overnight. Retired players — accustomed to battling on the field of play — have fought for years in court to earn the benefits and compensation in this...
  • On The Fly

    A Browns fan urinated on Art Modell's grave and posted a video of the disgusting act on YouTube. How childish and pathetic. There's nothing wrong with being a passionate fan, nothing wrong with harboring a strong dislike for the owner who ripped your...
  • Inside the new iO,where Fey, Poehler got their start

    Inside the new iO,where Fey, Poehler got their start
    Thirty-two years ago Charna Halpern approached Del Close with an offer. He was already a renowned director in the world of comedy, and working at Second City. She had just launched the ImprovOlympic and wanted him to teach a class. "I heard about this...
  • Broncos owner steps down to deal with Alzheimer's disease

    Broncos owner steps down to deal with Alzheimer's disease
    Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen has been battling Alzheimer’s disease and is relinquishing control of the franchise, his wife and the team announced Wednesday. “As many in the Denver community and around the National Football League have...
  • Grocery Shopping Tips for Seniors

    Grocery Shopping Tips for Seniors As we get older the ability to move around may diminish, let alone our capacity to drive our own personal vehicle. What happens when elderly parents, shut-ins, and older adults cannot go out to buy essential items...
  • Social Interaction Provides for a Healthy Lifestyle

    Social Interaction Provides for a Healthy Lifestyle Encouraging senior parents to get out does not mean we should not participate in their outing. Participating in activities along with senior family members helps establish new memories and offers the...
  • Reggie Williams recruits teammates on inspirational journey to run again

    Reggie Williams recruits teammates on inspirational journey to run again
    Reggie Williams started on this journey as a solitary man, with two scarred legs and the painful pursuit of doing something unthinkable. He wants to run for the first time in a decade, ignoring all the negative noise from every doctor he has talked to in...
  • REVIEW: 'Geezers' at Redtwist Theatre ★★½

    REVIEW: 'Geezers' at Redtwist Theatre ★★½
    Tommy Lee Johnston's "Geezers" has its heart in all the right places. But the writing in this world premiere for Redtwist Theatre, directed by Jan Ellen Graves, could use some tweaks to overcome some of its Hallmark Channel sentimentality. Jack (Aaron...
  • Review: 'Alive Inside' ★★★

    Review: 'Alive Inside' ★★&#9733
    Think of them as Lazarus moments. One by one, we are introduced to a series of elderly people with serious dementia. People who've barely said a word in years, who don't recognize their children, who sit around nursing homes like the living dead. Then...