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Families of two missing men team up to find them

UNION SQUARE (PIX11)– Brian Gewirtz and Philip Arabadjis are decades apart in age.  But what they have in common has brought their families together.

They met for the first time Sunday afternoon in Union Square, as part of a joint effort to find their missing loved ones. 248 more words

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Illinois peeps, check out - Psychiatric Drug Overuse Is Cited by Federal Study

Investigators are recommending that Medicare officials take immediate action to reduce unnecessary prescriptions to older Americans with dementia.. via NYT U.S. http://ift.tt/1vQjgD0

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Memory loss

Today was communion Sunday at our church and the familiar words were spoken as we began the celebration of the Lord’s supper:

And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” Luke 22:19…

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Tunafish Sandwiches

It often comes with no pretense. A flash, a memory, an impression of the way things used to be. A glimmer of the past seeping into the present moment, brought on by a taste, a smell, a sound, an action. 527 more words

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The Notebook

Sometimes just a subtle click of the TV remote can give us the kick-in-the-pants that we require to remember what life may look like to those aging around us. 218 more words

Elderly Care

Neuroscientists image brain in new ways to explore disease beginnings

By Rachel Zamzow

SAN JOSE — New improvements in brain imaging technology will allow neuroscientists to explore the mechanisms behind diseases affecting the nervous system. In some cases, this may facilitate intervention before things go wrong. 561 more words

AAAS Conference

My First Package

Hi everyone! I just thought I would share my first broadcast package with you all.

Keep in mind that it is my first but I do welcome criticism on what I can improve on.

#RosesBuzz