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Almost nightly, the scanner traffic in our newsroom gives us a glimpse into the lives of those living with or caring for people with dementia. Inevitably the descriptions paramedics detail of their often-elderly patients include these words: “...
Normally, the first week of February is one we'd rather forget. Many are having winter amnesia thanks to the warm temperatures. We battled all day back on February 6, 2007 when five inches of snow fell in Indianapolis. It was also a frigid stretch...
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Special to the Los Angeles TimesS.J. Watson's debut novel, "Before I Go to Sleep," is a brilliant, nasty noir. It drags you down into deep, dark and disturbing waters. It entertains while touching on complex questions of the meaning of identity and memory. A young woman wakes up in bed...
UPDATE: Missing Albany Park resident Ronald Johnson has been found and returned to his home, police said at 8:30 a.m. No other information was available. Chicago police this morning were searching for a missing Northwest Side man they said suffers from...
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Staff reporterConcussion Definition A concussion is a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that may result in a bad headache, altered levels of alertness, or unconsciousness. It temporarily interferes with the way your brain works, and it can affect memory, judgment, reflexes,...
South Bend Tribune Staff Writer(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...
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...
Lonni Sue Johnson spends every spare moment creating word puzzles superimposed on elaborate grids. The moment she puts one down, she starts on the next. In not quite three years, she has amassed a stack of paper that is 15 feet high. Family member say...
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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...
As a kid growing up in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, I would often question the explanations given to me by adults, mainly my parents. I wasn’t being disrespectful, I simply did not always accept their explanation as definitive facts. Also, I...
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The Aberdeen Memory Loss Family and Caregivers support group will meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center, 225 Third Ave. S.E. Holly Carr from the Golden Living Center in Redfield will present “Accepting the Challenge”...
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