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  1. Aged Vietnamese prefer nursing homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Times

    ... can accommodate some 100 seniors at any given time. Some 40 nurses and other staff attend to the needs of the elderly inhabitants of the center. "I know very well the traditional thinking and practice of the Vietnamese people who used to take care ...


  2. Excuse MeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Star

    ... over a lady in the guise of a VIP (Very Irritating Person) while all the other passengers (ladies, children and the elderly included) had made the same fifty-yard or so walk from the terminal to the aircraft bareheaded. Excuse me! It was not even ...


  3. Parma Heights residents push council to reject four-story senior citizen home on church propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Cleveland.com

    The former Church in the Woods could be transformed into a four-story senior living facility if council approves a rezoning request. Mayor Mike Byrne said the $10 million West Ridgewood Drive facility would be an economic boost, bringing in income-tax in the predominantly residential community.


  4. Progression of age-related macular degeneration in 1 eye then other eyeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Medical News Today

    Having age-related macular degeneration in one eye was associated with an increased incidence of AMD and accelerated progression of the debilitating disease in the other eye. The authors examined the effect of severity of AMD in one eye on the incidence, progression and regression in the other eye.


  5. Let grandmas teach you a thing or two - about FacebookRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    There were many reactions Verizon Wireless salesman Joseph Ramireza expected to hear when he introduced an iPhone to his oldest client this year. It would have been perfectly normal for the elderly Minnesota man to show confusion, maybe curiosity, possibly indifference.


  6. 3D printed food for the elderly may hit shelves in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Food Industry

    Researchers in Germany are working on a 3D-printed food for elderly people with chewing and swallowing problems, which looks and tastes like 'real food'. The 'Smoothfood' concept was introduced by German company Biozoon in 2010, aimed at producing food for the elderly in nursing and care homes who have mastication and swallowing problems.


  7. Man pretended to be a comatose quadriplegic for two years to avoid prosecutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | National Post

    A British fraudster who pretended to be quadriplegic and sometimes comatose for two years to avoid prosecution has been convicted after police caught him on camera driving and strolling around supermarkets. Alan Knight of Swansea, Wales, stole more than A 40,000 from the bank account of an elderly neighbour with Alzheimer's disease, prosecutors said.


  8. Photo: ThinkstockRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WWLP

    It happens more often than you may think: people stealing money from the elderly. Because of that, a commission assembled by Governor Deval Patrick has spent the last two years looking at ways to protect the elderly from financial abuse.


  9. Maine Reforms, Cuts Medicaid RollsRead the original story

    Thursday | The Heartland Institute

    ... otherwise be allocated to more vulnerable populations as evidenced by the waiting list of over 3000 disabled and elderly citizens needing services." LePage's press secretary, Bennet, concurs with Allumbaugh. "Expanding welfare to younger adults with ...


  10. Movie Review: 'Stonehearst Asylum' is a delicious descent into madnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    ... heart with a sincerity and kindness. So poignant and beautiful in quiet moments such as those between Edward and an elderly dementia patient awaiting her son, Sturgess elevates the character and story even higher in powerful scenes displaying mental ...


  11. Light drinking in old age benefits brain: studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | New York Daily News

    Researchers found that a little drinking in elderly years can help with memory. It's thought to perhaps spur the development of new cells in the brain.


  12. HICAP Partners with Sansum Clinic to Offer Free 'Medicare Open...Read the original story

    Thursday | Noozhawk

    The "Medicare Open Enrollment Choices" presentation will be held beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 18 at Sansum Clinic, 215 Pesetas Lane in Santa Barbara. "HICAP is offering this presentation to help beneficiaries and their caregivers better understand their choices during the Medicare open enrollment period, which runs from Oct. 15 through Dec. 7," said Jim Talbott, president of the Board of Directors for the Central Coast Commission for Senior Citizens .


  13. CBS Sunday Morning Posts Year-to-Year Gains in ViewersRead the original story

    Thursday | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... 25-54 (1.3/07). Sunday's broadcast featured Rita Braver's look at the challenges facing families caring for the elderly and profiled a group of senior citizens who have joined forces to make their golden years truly "golden"; Lee Cowan's interview ...


  14. Molly Forrest plans the future at the Los Angeles Jewish HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Jewish Journal

    ... Everyone! Luuuuunnnnnch tiiiiime!" - with the urgency of air raid sirens. Welcome to mealtime for more than 500 elderly Jews whose appetites, not to mention attitudes, have barely weakened with age. Suddenly a flurry of staff mobilizes to escort the ...


  15. VIDEO: Detectives appeal after Castleford care home stabbingRead the original story

    Thursday | Pontefract and Castleford Express

    Detectives invesitgating the stabbing of a worker at a Castleford care home fear two men may be targeting the homes of elderly and vulnerable people in the town. Grandmother-of-six Christine Pygott, 67, was working at the Beeches care home, in Castleford, when a man burst into the kitchen at around 6.30am on Saturday.


  16. Wakatipu retirees set to gainRead the original story

    Thursday | Southland Times

    A proposed retirement village for 300 people in Queenstown should meet increasing demand for elderly facilities in the Wakatipu, Grey Power says. The Shotover Country subdivision has attracted a flood of first-time buyers and young families, a new primary school opens next year and now an established New Zealand operator has confirmed plans for a "boutique retirement village".


  17. SCH vice-president retires after 44 years of serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Lansing State Journal

    ... providing care for patients. You do what you know best with compassion and care. I particularly liked working with elderly people. Sitting by their bedside and listening to their stories often gave them a chance to forget their illness for a little ...


  18. charitable giving | From humble soup kitchen to comprehensive social-welfare nonprofitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Jewish News Weekly

    The German-born ladies who started a soup kitchen for destitute European refugees on the Tel Aviv beach back in the 1930s were Israeli innovators in their time. They went on to establish subsidized housing and a nursing home to tend their indigent elderly clientele.


  19. Go West! The SEC's best division dominates Ron Higgins' SEC Power PollRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NOLA.com

    SEC HELP correspondent Maury the Mole has learned the Arkansas football program has been placed on double-secret probation for becoming the first West Division school to lose a game to any non-West Division foe on the planet. If you're scoring at home, the West is 22-0 vs. non-conference opponents and 6-1 against the East.


  20. Caring Glasgow pupils are enrolling in training to make a career from their desire to help othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Record

    ... Elanor has limited mobility on one side. Kerrie said: "I'm looking forward to learning more about how to care for elderly and disabled people as I'd really like to be a carer when I leave school." Fellow Drumchapel pupil Demi Stewart, also 16, helps ...