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  1. Grandma is a centerfold: Rest home bares all for calendarRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Morning News

    ... were like 20-year-olds - giggling, and having the time of their lives," Morris said. "I do not believe the elderly should just sit around staring at each other. I want a fun environment where I challenge them and they challenge me." Money from the ...

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  2. 'Dementia' victims who are just depressed or low on vitamins:...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Mail on Sunday

    ... per cent of the over-65s suffer from depression; among the over-75s, that rises to 30 per cent. The problem is that elderly people do not tend to complain about their depression to family and friends. Many older people will display the typical ...

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  3. An Obamacare challenge too ridiculous for even the Supreme Court to considerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Kos

    ... panel" because of its intended role in trimming costs within Medicare, the government healthcare program for the elderly and disabled. The case was thrown out by the lower court which determined that Coons and Novack did not have standing to ...

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  4. Seniors home understaffing leads to poor care for residents: NDPRead the original story

    Monday | CFRA

    A Saskatchewan care aide says he is left alone at times on his night shift to look after 32 residents on a dementia ward. Peter Bowden, who works at the Oliver Lodge home in Saskatoon, says residents are at risk of skin infections because they are left in soiled diapers and bedding for up to 10 hours.

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  5. Only the best for residents in her careRead the original story

    Monday | Rochester Business Journal

    ... and more inviting. Rickard serves as a mentor for new associates, colleagues say, teaching them how to treat the elderly with respect and dignity and instilling a family-like atmosphere. Specializing in caring for the most frail senior citizens of ...

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  6. Can We Reverse Cognitive Decline?Read the original story

    Monday | Psychology Today

    A recent study by French researcher Isabelle Mosnier, of Assistance Publique-Hopitaux de Paris, found that cognitive decline in elderly people with hearing loss could be reversed by giving patients cochlear implants, followed by intensive speech-language therapy . Mosnier studied 94 patients, aged 65 to 85. All had severe to profound hearing loss in at least one ear.

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  7. Senior Citizens Go Bare in Calendar to Help Local Kids in NeedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | People

    ... having the time of their lives," administrator Teresa Morris told The Akron Beacon Journal . "I do not believe the elderly should just sit around staring at each other. I want a fun environment where I challenge them and they challenge me." The ...

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  8. EDITORIAL: Calling a doctor's bluff on Medicaid hypocrisyRead the original story

    Monday | Missourian

    ... Medicaid expansion, even though Dr. Schaaf won't admit it. It would raise the Medicaid eligibility levels for the elderly and disabled from the current level of 85 percent of the federal poverty level up to 100 percent, thus providing thousands of ...

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  9. $1.1M Clinic for Seniors Opening DowntownRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WIFR

    According to the Rockford Area Economic Development Council (RAEDC), Oak Street Health will feature care and classes for senior citizens with Medicare. It's signed as a 15-year lease commitment. The clinic plans to hire 18 people and double its staff by 2019. It's expected to open by the end of May.

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  10. NC: Denied JCATS Riders Granted Access, for NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Mass Transit

    ... can pay for rides for anyone by June 30. Community & Senior Services gets a grant that pays for rides for the elderly and disabled. JCATS also receives a grant that funds trips for the rural general public. While JCATS gets enough money from human ...

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  11. Couple withdraw guilty pleas in elderly woman's deathRead the original story

    Monday | WFMJ-TV Youngstown

    A man and woman from northeastern Pennsylvania have withdrawn their guilty pleas in the death of an elderly stroke victim in their care. Forty-five-year-old John Tedesco and 38-year-old Tina Tedesco had pleaded guilty to third-degree charges in Monroe County in January in the August 2011 death of 70-year-old Barbara Rabins.

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  12. Perth Amboy Democrat should face voter fraudaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Courier News

    ... http://mycj.co/1CqvEcR A judge last week accused Leslie Dominguez-Rodriguez of taking advantage of elderly nursing home voters and ordered a new election. The Middlesex County Republican chairman believes the city's former Democratic chairwoman ...

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  13. Rampell: The old have a responsibility, and a self interest, to help the youngRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... on the young. One famous study by MIT economist James Poterba, for example, found that a rise in the share of elderly residents in an area correlated with a significant reduction in per-child educational spending. Disturbingly, Poterba also found ...

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  14. Elderly man escapes trial for 95 indecent assault chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    A 72-year-old Palmerston man has avoided trial on 95 charges of indecent assaults on boys after a High Court judge found he has dementia and is not fit to stand trial. In the High Court at Dunedin yesterday, Justice David Gendall ruled, after hearing from health assessors, Mulholland had vascular dementia.

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  15. David Cameron leads the backlash over Mail privacy revelationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    ... as little as 5p and ending up in the hands of criminals. The revelations come amid fears scammers are targeting the elderly and vulnerable ahead of George Osborne's pension reforms, which come into force on Monday and will give savers the chance to ...

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  16. Britain's next government must tackle shortage of housing for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Britain's next government must tackle a shortage of housing for the elderly rather than focusing on first-time buyers, according to one of the country's leading builders. The Coalition has launched a string of policies such as Help To Buy to boost the housing market, and in particular assist young families with small deposits struggling to get on the property ladder.

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  17. Senior citizen home get beautifiedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WALB-TV Albany

    The Sowega Council of Aging Senior Life Enrichment Center received a beautiful donation today. The Albany's woman clubs donated flower to the center today.

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  18. U.S. Supreme Court rejects 'death panel' challenge to ObamacareRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Las Vegas Review Journal

    ... panel" because of its intended role in trimming costs within Medicare, the government healthcare program for the elderly and disabled. Lower courts threw out the lawsuit. In its August 2014 ruling, the appeals court said that the plaintiffs had not ...

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  19. Former HUD secretaries want to help more senior citizens live at homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business Journal

    ... age in place, in their own homes. The problem is that many of their homes aren't suitable for independent living by elderly Americans. Plus, many of their neighborhoods don't offer adequate transportation options for senior citizens who no longer ...

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  20. Two senior citizens and one child dies from swine flu in MumbaiRead the original story

    Monday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Two senior citizens and a nine-year-old child from Thane have died from swine flu in Mumbai in the last 48 hours, taking the death toll across the city to 42 The number of swine flu patients in the city may have slowed down, but the fatalities are still on the rise. According to the BMC's epidemic cell, three more people died in Mumbai from the disease in the last 48 hours.

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