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Nun retiring after 40 years with agency on aging

Nun retiring after 40 years with agency on aging

Working hard has become a habit for a Catholic nun who will retire from her directorship of an agency on aging
Published: 08/27/16

Detroit Medical Center stung by problems with unclean tools

A senior official at Detroit Medical Center says problems with unclean surgical tools need to be fixed and have caused doctors to cancel procedures
Published: 08/25/16

Couple seeking missing therapy pig used at rehab center

A Pennsylvania couple is offering a $500 reward for their missing pet pig, who also serves as a therapy animal at a rehabilitation facility for elderly people where one of its owners works
Published: 08/23/16

2 Democrats vie for chance to challenge US Rep. McSally

Two southern Arizona Democrats are vying for a chance to challenge first-term Republican Congresswoman Martha McSally for the 2nd Congressional District seat
Published: 08/21/16

Exercise class keeps childhood sweethearts, both 90, moving

Jean and William Eason, both 90, are the oldest members of their exercise class
Published: 08/21/16

Sophomore running back working for No. 3 spot at Wyoming

Sophomore running back Nico Evans has been healthy throughout fall camp and is competing for the No. 3 running back spot behind junior Brian Hill and senior Shaun Wick.
Published: 08/19/16
Gubernatorial candidates offer ideas to reverse aging trends

Gubernatorial candidates offer ideas to reverse aging trends

New Hampshire's population is aging at a faster rate than the national average, meaning looming challenges of fewer children in public schools and a higher demand for public services that cost taxpayer dollars
Published: 08/19/16

20 programs get grants to improve access to healthy food

Grants have been awarded to 20 programs designed to improve access to healthy food for children and senior citizens in southeastern Michigan
Published: 08/18/16

New law sets training standards for Alzheimer's caregivers

Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed a plan that sets training standards for those who provide care to people with Alzheimer's disease
Published: 08/16/16

NDSU gets $388,000 grant aimed at Alzheimer's research

North Dakota's congressional delegation says North Dakota State University is getting a federal grant aimed at Alzheimer's disease research
Published: 08/15/16