Mary Ann Becklenberg of Dyer, Indiana, began noticing Alzheimer's disease symptoms more than two years ago. "I worked for a hospice as a licensed clinical social worker and at the time was the person that had introduced a new program there," said 64-year-old
Andrea DiTullio reads this column in The Desert Advocate, near Phoenix, Arizona. She experiences a condition called syncope, which, according to a National Institutes of Health website, 'is the temporary loss of consciousness due to a sudden decline in blood flow to the brain.
Tahoe City, Calif. - A boardwalk trail meanders through Tahoe Meadows near Mt. Rose summit, providing visitors with incredible views and signage about the local flora and fauna. Access to the boardwalk, however, is currently limited