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Nursing Home Patient Left in Sun for Hours
Florida nursing home is being investigated after a 90-year-old patient is left in the sun for hours, resulting in the patient taken to the hospital, with a variety of serious medical issues. WBBH's Bryan Anderson reports.
Life Lessons From One of the World's Oldest Men
Charlie White, who died at 109, was able to separate the things he could control from the things that he could not.
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Aide Caught on Camera Abusing Stroke Victim
Disturbing video captured by surveillance cameras shows a home health care aide abusing a 78-year-old Queens stroke victim.
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'Perfect Storm': Why Parkinson's Can Trigger Depression
Robin Williams had a history of depression, and it turns out that Parkinson’s can worsen the mood disorder.
Ebola Virus Outbreak
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Ebola Patient's Husband Quarantined on Return to U.S.
The husband of an American aid worker who was infected with Ebola in Africa has returned to the United States and will remain under quarantine.
The Grandpa's Got Moves! Ditch the Cane and Dance
An adorable grandpa was the life of the party when he surprised guests by tossing his canes during a wedding dance.
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Why Many Elderly Chinese People Become Trash Pickers
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How do you see your retirement? Millions of older people in China pick through trash for items to sell because of the aging country's pension crisis.
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Caring for Caregivers Pays Off in Alzheimer's Fight
A new study released Wednesday shows that people caring for loved ones with Alzheimer's also need to take care of themselves.
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U.S. Alzheimer's Rate Is Dropping, Study Finds
The rate of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias is falling in the United States and some other rich countries.
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Can a Simple 'Recipe' Help Prevent Alzheimer's?
Just two years of exercising, eating healthier food and doing a little brain training boosted people’s memory function, researchers report.
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Worried About Developing Alzheimer's? Check Your Eyes
People worried they might be developing Alzheimer’s may be able to ask their eye doctors to have a quick peek or take a simple smell test.
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Hey, Four Eyes: More Education Leads to Lousy Vision
Turns out there’s something to that image of the four-eyed nerd: New research suggests higher levels of education really could make you need glasses.
2013: Prolonging quality of life for Alzheimer's patients
The Ohio State University Medical Center has found a new approach to helping those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s by using pacemakers that send electrical signals deep into the brain and increasing connectivity with areas that are still healthy. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
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Hot Dog Hotshot Joey Chestnut Wins Competition, Fiancee
The powerhouse eater downed 61 dogs in 10 minutes for his eighth straight win at the annual Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest at Coney Island.
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'Happy for Today': When Alzheimer's Hits Early
As Americans increasingly work past retirement age, the problems of older workers dealing with early symptoms of Alzheimer's may become more common.
O.J.: 20 Years Later
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Kris Jenner: O.J. Lawyer 'Believed in the Truth'
Kris Jenner talks about her former husband and OJ Simpson's friend and longtime personal attorney, Robert Kardashian.
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Heroin Sweep Nets 325 Arrests in New Jersey
Police in northern New Jersey arrested 325 people and seized nearly 12,000 bags of packaged heroin.
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Nadal Qualifies for French Open Quarterfinals
For the first time in his career, Rafael Nadal will make a fifth straight appearance in the French Open quarterfinals.
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Why You Should Bring Your Spouse to a Noisy Party
Heard about the “cocktail party effect"? It's where a room of talking people makes understanding a single voice difficult. There's a way around that.
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How Facebook Sleuths Found a Kidnapped Baby
A mother expressed thanks after her abducted newborn baby was tracked down in three hours by four strangers who saw an appeal on Facebook.
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115 Candles: Oldest American Marks Birthday
Jeralean Talley says she's sick of the attention she gets on her birthday as the oldest person in the U.S. and the second oldest person in the world.
World's Oldest Man, 111, Reveals Key to Longevity
At 111 years old, Dr. Alexander Imich of New York has been crowned the new world's oldest living man, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
'Small Step' Made Towards Alzheimer's Cure
Research shows a common antidepressant may cut production of one of the chief suspects behind Alzheimer's.
Andy Samberg: Too Big to Host 'SNL'?
Andy Samberg will feel at home hosting "Saturday Night Live" this weekend — if the ex-cast member hasn't let success go to his head, promos joke.
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