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Memory Loss (INACTIVE)

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  • Fruitful Study: Women with pear shaped bodies may be prone to memory loss

    Fruitful Study: Women with pear shaped bodies may be prone to memory loss
    21-year old Allison Thompson considers her body pear shaped and according to researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago women like her more likely to have memory problems. Texas Health Resources OB/GYN Dr. John Bertrand said that pear shaped fat...
  • UPDATE: Missing 75-year-old man found

    UPDATE: Missing 75-year-old man found
    UPDATE: 75-year-old Roland Hamilton has been found. A 75-year-old east side man has been missing since Monday morning. Roland Hamilton is a diabetic who suffers from memory loss. His family became worried when he didn't show up for work. His family is...
  • Seniors use computer program to try to stay sharp

    Seniors use computer program to try to stay sharp
    Imagine being able to improve your brain health and fight memory loss and dementia by playing a series of games on a computer. Fifty seniors, ages 65 to 95, who live independently at the Beacon Hill retirement community in Lombard are doing just that....
  • Comments & Curiosities: If mice drove cars, what would they tell us?

    This is huge. Seriously. It's the biggest thing to come out of USC since Paul Salata. Ever heard of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering? Neither have I. But here is all you need to know. This week, researchers at the school published a study in...
  • Senior Living Q & A: Staying at home with Alzheimer's

    Q. My mom was just diagnosed with the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. She would like to stay in her home as long as possible. What can I do to help her achieve this goal? She can continue to live independently during the early stages of the...
  • Laughter is the test medicine

    Laughter is the test medicine
    To an Alzheimer's patient, there's nothing funny about forgetting to turn off the oven, losing a telephone number or misplacing books from the library. But turning those mishaps into punch lines might turn out to be therapeutic. The idea that...
  • Ask the Expert: Early-onset dementia and Alzheimer's

    Everyone forgets a name or a date from time to time. But how do you know when it's something serious? Marina Tompkins, a certified social worker and director of Keswick Multi-Care Center's adult day program, talks about how to tell the difference between...
  • Support groups can help elders through rough times

    Support groups can help elders through rough times
    Older people who face a challenging personal situation can find emotional comfort and practical advice at local support groups. Paul Slosar attends a support group for those caring for a relative with memory loss. The support group meets at Smith...
  • Study that rates football helmets could have a lasting impact

    Study that rates football helmets could have a lasting impact
    Stefan Duma is unlikely to join Bruce Smith, Frank Beamer and Michael Vick on Virginia Tech football's Mount Rushmore. But his contributions to the game may prove as enduring as any sack, game plan or touchdown pass. A professor at the Virginia Tech-Wake...
  • OUR HEALTH: Memory Care

    OUR HEALTH: Memory Care
    Many of us joke about “senior moments,” when the car keys seem to have vanished into thin air. Such lapses are typical for the aging brain; if there are more significant lapses and confusion, testing for Alzheimers may be in order (dementia is...
  • Football's concussion problem: What if the game is doing irrevocable harm?

    Football's concussion problem: What if the game is doing irrevocable harm?
    (First of two parts) They crash together with ferocity. Helmets collide. Teeth clench. Feet pound. It is practice day for the Granger Rocket Football league, and the gathered boys - ages 9, 10, 11, 12 - are going through the standard tackling and...