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Richland deputies looking for missing woman with Alzheimer’s

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) – Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott is requesting the community’s assistance in locating a missing person. Lott Anna Cornelia Morris, 64, walked away from a house on Congaree Road around 4:15pm on Sunday. Lott said Morris has Alzheimer’s. Morris was last seen wearing a red and beige floral sweater tank top, blue jeans, white tennis shoes, [...]

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The Bilingual Advantage

Q. How did you begin studying bilingualism? A. You know, I didn’t start trying to find out whether bilingualism was bad or good. I did my doctorate in psychology: on how children acquire language. When I finished graduate school, in 1976, there was a job shortage in Canada for Ph.D.’s. The only position I found [...]

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The ‘midlife crisis’ that was actually the start of Alzheimer’s

By Amanda Riley-jones Last updated at 9:29 PM on 30th May 2011 Chris McGlone, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s when he was 55, his wife Lorraine and dog Marley Chris McGlone was in his mid-50s, at the peak of his career, when things inexplicably started to go wrong. At the time he was a senior [...]

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Caring for an aging relative require reaching out for help

The competition was mighty, but few who had worked with her doubted that Mei Newmann would win the prize. Newmann, a caregiver for Home Instead Senior Care, was selected from more than 65,000 employees to win the company’s Mary Steibel CAREGiver of the Year Award. Home Instead, a professional service that delivers care to the [...]

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Noncoding RNA may promote Alzheimer’s disease

Public release date: 30-May-2011 [ | E-mail | Share ] Contact: Rita Sullivannews@rupress.org 212-327-8603Rockefeller University Press IMAGE: Researchers show that the small RNA 38A spurs cells to manufacture Var IV, a splice variant of a key neuronal protein, and potentially promote Alzheimer’s disease. In this image, Var… Click here for more information. Researchers pinpoint a [...]

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Missing Alzheimer’s patient found safe

East Providence police say they have found a missing elderly man who has Alzheimer’s. Police told NBC 10 that Jose Nobrega, 63, was found in the Rumford section of East Providence at about 11:45 p.m. Sunday. He was reported missing Friday morning and the subject of a massive search by police. Nobrega was known to [...]

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Family shares what living with Alzheimer’s is really like

slideshow MARIETTA – Mildred Rutherford, 93, grew up in Austell as the eldest of five children, and as an adult, worked as a Sears, Roebuck and Co. statistician for more than 40-years before retiring in the early 1980s. Single with no children, she spent years traveling around the world. Her small apartment in WellStar’s Atherton [...]

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You Docs: Answers to questions about B vitamins, a French press coffee maker …

Q: Can you tell me which B vitamins will protect me from Alzheimer’s, and how much I should take? A: Like many questions about Alzheimer’s, yours – to B or not to B — is still open. There’s one fascinating British study of older people with mild memory problems who took either real or fake [...]

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Special hospital for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s in Vasai

First such centre in the State, the two-storey Agarwal Hospital will take care of 250 patients at the cost of Rs 500 per day per patient

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Fearing Alzheimer’s

Opinion » Op-Ed: Why Medical School Should Be Free To meet the shortage of primary care doctors, charge to specialize.

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