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Purdue University professor Jessica Huber, right, developer of a new communication device for people with Parkinson's disease, discusses with George Patrick of West Lafayette how SpeechVive is helping him talk in a stronger voice and to articulate words clearly and at a more normal rate. SpeechVive just became available through certain clinics and VA medical centers that have received training in the technology. (Courtesy of Purdue Research)
Terri Weymouth remembers the day her boss told her she was talking too slowly when answering the office phone. For several years Weymouth had noticed some unusual physical changes.      More..
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I finally found a church that I will not have to be dragged to on Sundays.
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To help pay for daughter Sarah's college, the Meyers traded in their excess space. They paid cash for their smaller home, which has a garage apartment for Sarah.
Fort Wayne-area baby boomers looking for a downsized nest to feather for retirement have long been able to choose from villas and condos, continuing-care communities and apartments designed with the needs of seniors in mind.      More..
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Purdue University professor Jessica Huber, right, developer of a new communication device for people with Parkinson's disease, discusses with George Patrick of West Lafayette how SpeechVive is helping him talk in a stronger voice and to articulate words clearly and at a more normal rate. SpeechVive just became available through certain clinics and VA medical centers that have received training in the technology. (Courtesy of Purdue Research)
Terri Weymouth remembers the day her boss told her she was talking too slowly when answering the office phone. For several years Weymouth had noticed some unusual physical changes.      More..
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In this photo taken on Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, a chef and owner Oh Keum-il of Daegyo, the dog meat restaurant, shows how to cook for dog meat at her restaurant in Seoul, South Korea. When she was in her twenties, Oh traveled around South Korea to learn dog meat recipes from each region. During a period of South Korean reconciliation with North Korea early last decade, she went to Pyongyang as part of a business delegation and tasted a dozen different dog dishes, from dog stew to dog taffy, all served lavishly at the Koryo, one of the North’s best hotels. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)
Pooches in a pot? Pet-mad young Koreans say no to elders' taste for dog, prefer to raise pups      More..
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