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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Study links veterans' traumatic brain injuries to Alzheimer's

    A new study of nearly 200,000 older military veterans has found that those with traumatic brain injuries are 60% more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia. The study, published online Wednesday in the journal Neurology,...
  • State budget, slew of new laws take effect Tuesday

    State budget, slew of new laws take effect Tuesday
    TALLAHASSEE — On Tuesday, the state's largest-ever, $77 billion budget goes into effect, along with 157 other bills approved by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Rick Scott. The laws range from the "Florida GI Bill" intended to make Florida the...
  • Donald Sterling says Clippers could increase in value

    Rejecting his wife’s contention that the Clippers must be sold immediately so that their value will not be diminished, Donald Sterling argued in court papers filed Monday that “it is equally or more likely that with the passage of time the...
  • Shelly Sterling appears to have early edge in legal fight with Donald

    Shelly Sterling appears to have early edge in legal fight with Donald
    Shelly Sterling appeared to have the advantage after an initial hearing in probate court Monday, with a Los Angeles Superior Court judge saying that the terms of a family trust may give Donald Sterling little room to rebut a finding that he is mentally...
  • The dying will not, and should not, be rushed

    Q: My sister has been suffering from GBS (Guillain-Barre syndrome) for 11 years. She's had numerous setbacks when doctors have said, "Be sure your affairs are in order and contact your family." We gather and she bounces back from the crisis. She says...
  • Defying Maryland's age of 'constitutional senility,' a judge returns

    Defying Maryland's age of 'constitutional senility,' a judge returns
    People of a certain age will appreciate this: Charles G. "Chuck" Bernstein, who loved being a Baltimore circuit judge so much that he made a federal case out of his mandatory retirement at 70, appears to have been elected a judge again. If the tally...
  • Traumatic brain injuries in veterans linked to higher dementia risk

    A new study of nearly 200,000 older military veterans has found that those with traumatic brain injuries were 60% more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. The study, published online Wednesday in the journal...
  • Ann E. Stromberg, orthoptist

    Ann E. Stromberg, orthoptist
    Ann Elizabeth Stromberg, a retired orthoptist who worked with children with eye conditions and trained medical students during her six-decade career, died of Alzheimer's disease June 4 at Somerford Home in Columbia. The Ellicott City resident was 91....
  • NFL roundup: Concussion settlement revised

    The Sports Xchange NFL roundup: Concussion settlement revised The NFL and former players suing the league for past head trauma announced Wednesday that the previous $765 million settlement was revised and payments to players will be uncapped. The...
  • Judge Moves To Protect Woman Who Police Say Was Held Captive By Brother

    Judge Moves To Protect Woman Who Police Say Was Held Captive By Brother
    NEW HAVEN — A probate judge has taken steps to protect the sister of a Seymour man accused of keeping her captive for years inside her filthy bedroom. The man, Arthur Gauvin, 59, pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Superior Court in Milford to...
  • New proposed NFL concussion settlement submitted, with a cap removed

    The proposed NFL concussion settlement is back in the hands of a federal judge — and this time there's no limit on how much the league might be required to pay eligible retirees. Under the terms of the previous agreement, which was rejected in...