A squinty eyed man in a dowdy raincoat was on the television one evening, his tousled black mop of hair capped his overall scruffiness and his appearance was somewhat creepy to the watching six year old, a feeling intensified by the man’s thick, gruff accent. At that very young age I took an instant dislike […]
Sarah Jessica Parker is a busy mum of three and a career chick (well, not so much since Sex and the City went under, but who knows – there’s always Sex and the City 3 and 4 and 67. It’ll be just like the series but even more boring).
Legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt has announced she has been diagnosed with early stages of dementia linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
As many as 75 former players have filed a lawsuit against the organisation, claiming it intentionally concealed the harmful effects of game-related concussions for 90 years.
Columbo and the man who brought him to life, Peter Falk, has passed away after a long battle with dementia and as a wiser and older man I realise that television has lost one of its greatest characters.
The iconic singer is reportedly so ill that he husband has filed for a court order to take control of more than $1 million of her money.
The man who once said his comedy was “for children from three to 93” and who has had Britain in stitches for decades with his slapstick humor, the legendary comic actor Norman Wisdom, passed away at a nursing home on the Isle of Man.
Study has revealed that regular consumption of apple juice helps improve psychotic and behavioral symptoms linked with Alzheimer’s disease.
New research has found eating a diet similar to Greeks or Italians can lower the risk of strokes and Alzheimer’s disease in later years.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, a serious cognitive disorder. Alzheimer’s, first discovered by German doctor Alois Alzheimer in 1906, is an incurable progressive brain disease which can prove to be fatal. What are the 10 signs to look out for?