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Alzheimer's Disease

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  • The moral consequence of watching football

    The moral consequence of watching football
    The Baltimore Sun Malcolm Gladwell, the engaging writer who finds connections in the happenstance that help explain our world, started this discussion with an article he wrote for New Yorker magazine way back in October of 2009, titled "Offensive Play."...
  • Louisa A. Eveson, homemaker

    Louisa A. Eveson, homemaker
    Louisa A. Eveson, a homemaker who enjoyed painting, died Wednesday at ManorCare Ruxton from complications of dementia. She was 82. The former Louisa Ann Bailey was born in Sharon, Harford County, and was raised in Forest Hill. She was a 1951 graduate...
  • Jean E. Patterson, served as an inspiration

    Jean E. Patterson, served as an inspiration
    Jean E. Patterson, who served as an inspiration to all who knew her, died Sept. 26 of complications related to Down syndrome at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 43. "She profoundly touched her family and those who knew her, bringing gifts of...
  • Ad agency Carton Donofrio to close

    Ad agency Carton Donofrio to close
    Baltimore ad agency Carton Donofrio Partners is closing after nearly 50 years, blaming industry changes and family matters affecting the majority owner. Founded in 1964 as Richardson, Myers & Donofrio, the firm's clients over the years included a...
  • The Super Bowl champs are back

    The Super Bowl champs are back
    There is something wonderfully nutty about the beginning of the National Football League season — that outrageously hyped and often appallingly violent national, made-for-TV gladiatorial pastime — and this year, Baltimore is knee-deep in it....
  • Joseph G. 'Bodie' Finnerty Jr., litigator

    Joseph G. 'Bodie' Finnerty Jr., litigator
    Joseph G. "Bodie" Finnerty Jr., a highly regarded trial lawyer who headed DLA Piper's litigation department and oversaw expansion of the firm to Philadelphia and New York City, died Thursday of Alzheimer's disease at Copper Ridge assisted-living...
  • Abstinence with an attitude

    Abstinence with an attitude
    From graffiti on buses ("Virgin. Teach your kids it's not a dirty world") to posters of chickens in tennis shoes ("What do you call a guy who makes a baby, then flies the coop?") to the heart-rending pleas of real teens ("Mom. Dad. Talk to me. I need...
  • In a word: dotard

    Each week The Sun's John McIntyre presents a relatively obscure but evocative word with which you may not be familiar, another brick to add to the wall of your vocabulary. This week's word:  DOTARD Before we started shrinking from the terms dementia ...
  • Here's how to be an activist protecting the Patapsco River Valley [Elkridge]

    The Patapsco Heritage Greenway Inc. is dedicated to preserving, protecting, interpreting and restoring the environment, history and culture of the Patapsco River Valley. If you are interested in becoming an environmental activist, here are a few of...
  • Arena Stage show encourages handling elderly with tenderness [Commentary]

    When I was very young, my brother Nelson— who's a year older than I am — and I would tell our older siblings that when they were 50 and in wheelchairs in rest homes, we'd still be young and vibrant. We saw them as over the hill. We even...
  • Bel Air Living Well program to give seniors independence

    Bel Air area seniors suffering with chronic conditions may be able to obtain a new level of independence after participating in a new Living Well program hosted by the Town of Bel Air. The six week session beginning on Oct. 16 is slated to provide...
  • Mary Lou Pahl, bank teller

    Mary Lou Pahl, bank teller
    Mary Lou Pahl, a retired bank teller and former longtime Rockdale resident, died Wednesday of Alzheimer's disease at Brightview Westminster Ridge in Westminster. She was 86. The former Mary Lou Hartman was born in Baltimore and raised in Rockdale. She...