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Everyday People: Caregiving for a Spouse with Alzheimer’s

Dick Morrison and Wendy Rubin became the caregivers for their spouses, following their diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Everyday People hosts Courtney Stewart and Stacey Goffinet speak with Morrison and Rubin about their challenges as spouses, as caregivers, and coping with loss, in today’s special feature-length segment of Everyday People.

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Daily Local News – January 9, 2018

Tomorrow is the first day political hopefuls in the state will be able to file for their candidacy; Monroe County Election Board members are being asked to open a centrally-located poling site near Indiana University; Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb will deliver his second State of the State Address this evening; Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill announced his intention to join …

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Activate! – IU Health Alzheimer’s Resource Services: Wendy Rubin

Air date: 09/18/2017 Wendy Rubin volunteers with the Alzheimer’s Resource Service’s Service and Support Group, providing support to participants and their family caregivers. Wendy also co-chairs the local Walk to End Alzheimer’s Committee and advocates for it tirelessly. Personal experience supporting her late husband as he lived with Alzheimer’s allows Wendy to relate to others with compassion, insight, and wisdom. …

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Everyday People: 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s

More than 5 million people are living with Alzheimer’s in the United States, with rates expected to climb as high as 16 million by 2050. On Sunday, September 24, 2017 Bloomington will host the 2017 Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Bryan Park’s Woodlawn Shelter. Registration begins at 12:00pm with the Opening Ceremony at 1:15pm. For more information or to make …

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: Yousuf Ali

Researchers at Indiana University’s Lu Lab for the study of neural networks have discovered that caffeine, among two dozen other common compounds, can strengthen brain cells and help ward off Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other degenerative brain diseases. Before you decide to drink a pot or two of coffee every morning in hopes of avoiding these maladies, one of the lab’s …

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Arts Interchange – King Lear In Original Pronunciation

Audiences will be treated to King Lear the way it sounded in 1606 at its first performance at the Court of Saint James. Director and IU associate professor Murray McGibbon says that this is the first original pronunciation performance of William Shakespeare’s King Lear since the 17th century: “Making world theater history in Bloomington, Indiana.” McGibbon and Graham Hopkins, the …

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