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Published: 07/21/16

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OLYMPICS
Published: 07/21/16

NCAA gives $50,000 in honor of Summitt to fight Alzheimer's

The NCAA has donated $50,000 to the Pat Summitt Foundation in memory of the late Tennessee coach
Published: 07/20/16

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The NCAA has donated $50,000 to the Pat Summitt Foundation in memory of the late Tennessee coach.
Published: 07/20/16
New technique opens window into how brain cells communicate

New technique opens window into how brain cells communicate

Yale researchers develop a way to picture the synapses that brain cells use to communicate, important to study common disorders
Published: 07/20/16
A NASCAR great battling dementia pledges brain donation

A NASCAR great battling dementia pledges brain donation

Fred Lorenzen, one of NASCAR's early stars, battles dementia and pledges to donate brain
Published: 07/16/16
Medical workforce shortage affects health care in Minnesota

Medical workforce shortage affects health care in Minnesota

Physicians have been in demand across the state for decades, but a looming boom in retirees has industry experts calling on lawmakers and medical companies alike to create more solutions and improve access to medical care before it becomes a problem
Published: 07/16/16
Public service for Summitt taking place on Tennessee campus

Public service for Summitt taking place on Tennessee campus

Pat Summitt is being honored posthumously Thursday in the basketball arena where she orchestrated some of her greatest victories
Published: 07/14/16
Harvard Law professor who taught Obamas: I have Alzheimer's

Harvard Law professor who taught Obamas: I have Alzheimer's

A Harvard Law School professor who taught Barack and Michelle Obama says he has Alzheimer's disease and is vowing to fight it
Updated one month ago

Physical therapy company expands in Springfield

One of the nation's largest private physical therapy companies has opened two offices in Springfield to serve an increasing need for medical services for baby boomers
Updated one month ago