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As Latinos age, the need for Spanish-speaking caretakers grows
Latinos are the fastest growing group of people 65 and older in the U.S. today.
Home health care workers get federal labor protections
To understand the importance of these workers, think about the number 5.1 million.
Looking for progress for treating Alzheimer's
Eli Lilly reports the results of a trial for Alzheimer's medication.
Study links DDT exposure to Alzheimer's disease
Eighty percent of Alzheimer's patients involved in a study had evidence of exposure to DDT.
Pacemakers for the brain, and cell phones for the homeless
A new project among several universities hopes to fight Alzheimer’s with deep brain implants, and California inches closer to offering low cost mobile phones to those living near the poverty line.
Stepping up and stepping in for an aging parent
People coping with elderly parents in failing health face tough decisions. But there are warning signs indicating when loved ones should step in.
MID-DAY UPDATE: Congress can't meet a budget deadline -- push it back?
The federal government's budget year ends September 30th - and Congress is nowhere near passing a new budget. What do YOU do when you can't meet a...