2010 Census verdict for Milam: Watching our neighbors grow
I n the 1960s and 70s there was a British journalist, with a wry sense of humor, named David Frost. In the early 60s the competing American and Russian space programs were sending up satellites almost every month and the great British radio telescope array at Jodrell Bank was a prime source of information on that space race. Full Story
Five million, three hundred thousand People in the United States have Alzheimer’s Disease. It is the nation’s sixth leading cause of death, costs $ 172 billion annually and affects 10.9 million unpaid caregivers.
Try to imagine not being able to take care of yourself, dress yourself, shower yourself, go to the bathroom by yourself?
That’s Alzheimer’s. Full Story