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Mexico will not prosecute the elderly director of a shelter where abuses of children allegedly ran rampant, as she has dementia, Justice Minister Jesus Murillo Karam said Monday.
A former Nazi concentration camp guard awaiting extradition to Germany was granted bail on Monday, set at $100,000, after his serious medical condition worsened while in jail, according to court documents.
Director Michael Rossato-Bennett talks about his film " Alive Inside ," which looks at the power music has to reawaken memories in people suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
The Lake County Sheriff's Office is searching for a suspect in a sexual battery on an elderly woman in Leesburg Sunday night.
South Korea's working-age population is likely to decline in the future, putting more pressure on the young to support senior citizens who are not in the labor force.
An at-risk man suffering from dementia and other ailments who wandered away from a church was being sought by police Sunday.
Thong Tran, 82, was last seen leaving Holy Spirit Church on 55th Street Sunday morning.
Grandma may say she's never hungry or that the only things that taste good are salty foods such as French fries.
A group of Islanders is calling on the province to enact legislation protecting children and seniors from the potential risks of cosmetic pesticides.
Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday's ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have been left out-of-pocket.
According to the World Bank, some 2.5 million people work in the "informal waste management sector" in China, picking through trash for recyclable materials to sell.
An officer and a Good Samaritan jumped into action in Texas, rescuing an 81-year-old man who fell on some railroad tracks.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services is working to get employers ready for a new law that requires fingerprinting and photographs of tens of thousands of people who care for children, the elderly and other vulnerable populations.
He was in trouble. Of course they would help him. Michael told the Spences he'd been gambling online.
Officials hope the one-time money will stem the tide and prevent the closure of more nursing homes for now but emphasize that uncertainty remains as the state attempts to undo years of underfunding and grapples with a rapidly graying population.
Fitchburg Police are asking for your help to find 82-year-old Guillermo B. DeVenecia.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:48 am
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