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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • Pianist Mike Garson debuts 'Symphonic Suite for Healing'

    Pianist Mike Garson debuts 'Symphonic Suite for Healing'
    Mike Garson obviously takes the piano very seriously, but he can chuckle over some of the contradictory paths that a versatile mastery of the keys has led him down. Maybe the unlikeliest of all is the one he's embarking on Saturday at Segerstrom Concert...
  • No charges in Georgia for man who killed 72-year-old with Alzheimer's

    No charges in Georgia for man who killed 72-year-old with Alzheimer's
    A man in Georgia who shot to death a lost 72-year-old man suffering from Alzheimer’s disease will not face charges. "I'm upset," the victim’s widow, Deanne Westbrook, told the Los Angeles Times shortly after Friday's announcement. "But there...
  • Leah Remini says Scientology was 'a lie,' she was a 'hypocrite'

    Leah Remini says Scientology was 'a lie,' she was a 'hypocrite'
    Leah Remini is opening up further about her controversial decision to leave the Church of Scientology, calling herself a "hypocrite" for staying with the organization and saying everything the church taught her was "a lie." The "King of Queens" alum...
  • Americans consume too much added sugars, study says, and it's killing us

    Americans consume too much added sugars, study says, and it's killing us
    Americans consume too much sugar, and our collective sweet tooth is killing us. So says a study published Monday by the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. It finds that 71.4% of U.S. adults get more than the recommended 10% of their daily calories from...
  • Watch Seth Rogen testify before Congress about Alzheimer's disease

    Watch Seth Rogen testify before Congress about Alzheimer's disease
    Seth Rogen visited Capitol Hill on Wednesday not to discuss the legalization of marijuana, nor to shoot the third season of Netflix's "House of Cards." No, Mr. Rogen went to Washington to make a case for Alzheimer's disease research. Yeah, we're just as...
  • What comes after end for 'Jasmine,' 'Llewyn Davis' other 2013 films?

     What comes after end for 'Jasmine,' 'Llewyn Davis' other 2013 films?
    Great films rarely wrap up neatly. The audience is left to ponder what happens next. We at The Envelope couldn't help but wonder if the actors do such pondering as well. They spend so much time figuring out their characters' back stories, how much thought...
  • SAC Capital ex-trader convicted of insider trading

    SAC Capital ex-trader convicted of insider trading
    NEW YORK — A former SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager was convicted Thursday of helping his company earn more than a quarter billion dollars illegally through trades based on secrets about the testing of a potential breakthrough Alzheimer's...
  • Square dancing to heal the heart

    Square dancing to heal the heart
    Dan Lawyer was on the dance floor with a woman who wasn't his wife. Betty Lawyer would usually lend her husband out for at least one dance a night. The women outnumber the men by so much at Cowtown Square Dance Center, she had to. But tonight, she was...
  • OfficeMax executive apologizes over 'daughter killed' mailer

    OfficeMax executive apologizes over 'daughter killed' mailer
    An off-and-on customer of OfficeMax, Mike Seay has gotten the office supply company's junk mail for years. But the mail that the grieving Lindenhurst, Ill., father said he got from OfficeMax last week was different. The envelope appeared to be a typical...
  • Philip Schultz's 'The Wherewithal' has poetic logic

    Philip Schultz's 'The Wherewithal' has poetic logic
    Philip Schultz's "The Wherewithal" is a book in which time has come undone. Taking place in San Francisco in 1968, it also reaches back to the Holocaust — specifically, the Jedwabne pogrom of July 1941, when Polish civilians killed more than 300...
  • Mount Washington house fire kills man, 89

    Mount Washington house fire kills man, 89
    Francisco Hernandez was a fiercely independent man, refusing help from family and neighbors — even firing Meals on Wheels — as he moved into old age at his Mount Washington home. So it's not surprising that the 89-year-old World War II...