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Deaths of woman, child in apartment fire ruled accidental

A western Pennsylvania medical examiner has ruled accidental the deaths of an elderly woman and a young child in an apartment building fire in suburban Pittsburgh
Published: 02/08/17
Clinic falsely told dozens they had Alzheimer's, suits say

Clinic falsely told dozens they had Alzheimer's, suits say

Dozens of patients from a clinic in Ohio say its director told them they had Alzheimer's disease when they really didn't
Published: 02/08/17

Judge reminding NFL retirees of concussion settlement

A federal judge in Philadelphia is urging NFL retirees to register for a concussion settlement that could cost the league $1 billion over 65 years
Published: 02/08/17

Some seniors without family are not alone

Before Robert A. Maurer's wife passed away 15 years ago, she asked a neighbor family to watch over him in her absence
Published: 02/08/17

Sportscaster and former RB Mike Adamle says he has dementia

Mike Adamle, a former NFL running back who went on to a long career as a Chicago and national sportscaster, says he has dementia
Published: 02/08/17

BC-US--Adamle Dementia, US

Mike Adamle, a former NFL running back who went on to a long career as a Chicago and national sportscaster, says he has dementia.
Published: 02/08/17
Health care issues for the elderly draw attention in Texas

Health care issues for the elderly draw attention in Texas

Health care issues for the elderly in Texas have been drawing more attention
Updated one month ago
Inquirer writer Lyon keeps working with Alzheimer's

Inquirer writer Lyon keeps working with Alzheimer's

Retired Philadelphia Inquirer sports columnist Bill Lyon continues to inspire as he fights Alzheimer's disease
Updated one month ago

Tracking program helps Alabama sheriff find lost wanderers

Alabama sheriff's uses tracking technology to help find wandering residents with conditions like dementia
Updated one month ago

Officials seek custody of man with dementia found in Britain

Los Angeles County officials have filed documents seeking to become the guardian of a California man with dementia who was found disoriented and alone at a British bus station two years ago and became the subject of a TV documentary
Updated one month ago