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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Update: Elderly man with Alzheimer's disease has been found

    Update: Elderly man with Alzheimer's disease has been found
    An 81-year-old man who went missing Sunday afternoon his home in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood has been found, said police. Nelson Serrano was last seen about 3 p.m. Sunday leaving his home in the 2400 block of North Mozart Street. He was...
  • Alzheimer's patient with open wounds found suffering in blood, filth, police said

    Alzheimer's patient with open wounds found suffering in blood, filth, police said
    A Volusia County man was arrested Monday after his 82-year-old mother was found with open wounds, exposed bones and insects in a bed covered in blood and human waste. Jeffrey Andrews, 44, told officers his mother suffered from Alzheimer's and he was her...
  • John E. Kuhn, accountant

    John E. Kuhn, accountant
    John E. Kuhn, a certified public accountant whose career spanned more than four decades, died Wednesday at Stella Maris Hospice of complications from dementia. He was 78. The son of Dr. John James Kuhn, a physician, and Frances Earley Kuhn, a homemaker,...
  • Miami nursing assistant gets 12 years in $200 million Medicare fraud case

    MIAMI A Miami certified nursing assistant was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison Monday for his role in the nation's biggest-ever Medicare scam, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. In exchange for kickbacks, Rodolfo Santaya, 55, recruited...
  • 'Immortality': Are you with her?

    'Immortality': Are you with her?
    In her solo exhibition "In Pursuit of Immortality," Helen Stein's black gesso figures are faceless specters of death with rabbit ears, wings and cornstalklike tails. She says she invented them in the panic of a restless night a year ago, when she sat on...
  • Bomb squad explodes WWII grenade in Whitehall man's collection

    Bomb squad explodes WWII grenade in Whitehall man's collection
    The Allentown Bomb Squad blew up an old "pineapple grenade" at a city bunker Thursday night after a Whitehall woman reported she was afraid her husband's World War II collector's item was dangerous. Whitehall Township fire Chief Robert Benner said the...
  • Marijuana legalization trend calls for research and care

    Four states out of 50 may not sound like much of a mandate, but the success of marijuana initiatives on the ballot last week suggests the nation is inching toward legalizing the once-demon weed. California started the ball rolling 16 years ago with a...
  • SwingTime Ballroom gets people of all ages on their feet

    Ever since television’s “Dancing With the Stars” revived interest in ballroom dance, people of all ages have been putting on their dancing shoes and discovering their inner Fred or Ginger. If you’d like to learn a few smooth moves,...
  • Even seniors know they all can't drive

     Even seniors know they all can't drive
    Could it be that I am going to win my battle with senior-citizen drivers? I am not spiking the ball in the end zone or doing the Lambeau Leap or any Funky Chicken dance, or whatever. I haven't won anything yet. But maybe, just maybe, the idea of...
  • Free memory screenings offered

    Florida Hospital Waterman Home Care Services, 3260 Waterman Way in Tavares, is offering free memory screenings from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday. Screenings consist of a series of questions and tasks and take 5-10 minutes. The event is part of National...
  • Social Issues Dominate Talks At Twain And Stowe Centers

    Social Issues Dominate Talks At Twain And Stowe Centers
    The Mark Twain House & Museum and Harriet Beecher Stowe Center will present two talks on social issues at the Twain House Museum Center, 351 Farmington Ave., Hartford. On Wednesday, Nov. 19, at 7:30 p.m., Katha Pollitt, a longtime columnist for The...