Failed Study, Dims Hopes In Hunt For Alzheimer's TreatmentA widely anticipated Alzheimer's study failed to slow mental decline, ending hope that researchers at Eli Lilly had found a drug to help those suffering from the deadly, degenerative disease.
Healthwatch: Wine Experts Possible Key In Alzheimer’s Research BreakthroughHave you ever wondered why wine experts can smell and taste ingredients the rest of us can't?
Family Searches For Missing Homestead Woman With Alzheimer’s DiseaseThe loved ones of 57-year-old Miriam Pichardo say they will not rest until they find her. And they vow to continue passing out and posting flyers of the Homestead woman until they accomplish their mission.
Family & Police Ask For Help Locating Missing Homestead WomanThe Homestead Police Department is asking for the public’s help to find a missing woman who suffers from Alzheimer’s.
Powerful Antibiotic Could Be A Prescription For Danger Pt. IIMore and more people are coming forward claiming to be seriously ill victims of a powerful antibiotic they too, supposedly to get well. Now CBS$'s Chief Investigator Michele Gillen reveals an internal FDA safety report and details what the government agency isn't telling the public.
Brain Injury Group: NFL Concussion Award Scheme WrongA national brain injury group says the proposed payout scheme for NFL concussion-related injuries is "deeply flawed."
Clippers Sale To Steve Ballmer Goes Through Steve Ballmer officially became the new owner of the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday for a record $2 billion.
Sterling Loses, Judge OKs $2B Sale Of ClippersEmbattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling lost his attempt to block the $2 billion sale of the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
Gov. Scott Signs Bills On Alzheimer's, Cancer CentersA trio of health care-related bills received Governor Rick Scott's signature on Wednesday.
Focus On South Florida: Keeping Dementia At BayAlzheimer’s is a growing problem nationwide. In Florida the prevalence of the disease in Florida is forecast to increase from 49 percent to 81 percent between now and 2025.
Online Test May Detect Alzheimer’s Disease EarlyThere isn’t a cure for Alzheimer’s, but researchers say they can slow the progression if it’s caught early.
Focus on South Florida: Fighting Alzheimer's As the Miami-Dade Walk to End Alzheimer's approaches we focus on the ways the Alzheimer's Association is providing resources to people living with the disease and to their caregivers. Plus we have details on the walk and how people can support the cause.