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Can you imagine waking up and not remembering your own son or daughter? Well, that was the case with both of my grandmothers. They had Alzheimer's, a neurological disease that affects the brain and causes those afflicted with it to slowly and increasingly forget.
Currently, some researchers are hypothesizing that our lifestyles of saturated fats, too many sweets and overlarge portions of food may be one of the reasons why we’re seeing an explosion of Alzheimer's.
MUNSTER | Join Community Hospital Social Services and Hartsfield Village for a discussion on "Memory Loss: What's Normal and What's Not," at 6 p.m. todday in the Community Hospital Cafeteria Conference Rooms, 901 MacArthur Blvd.
Subzero temperatures put Northwest Indiana and the Chicago area in a deep freeze Sunday on the first day of winter.
Sub-zero temperatures put Northwest Indiana and the Chicago area in a deep freeze Sunday on the first day of winter.
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