Monthly Archives: August 2013

What if Elvis had Alzheimer’s a decade before symptoms?

Almost since the disease was identified back in 1906 by Dr. Alois Alzheimer, scientists have been looking for ways to identify it earlier. We do know the disease process begins in the brain 10 to 15 years before a patient’s … Continue reading

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Do you or your children drink Bottled Water?!

There’s a good chance that fancy water you’ve just forked out a couple bucks for comes from the same place, your city water supply! Yes, there’s an estimated 25% of bottled water that actually comes from you city water supply. … Continue reading

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SPORTS and Employment – Know Your Strengths and Abilities

We all know it’s time for that notorious game with the pigskin. Buckle up and get ready to see some real contenders for the SEC conference. Football and sports can teach us all alot besides tailgaiting, betting and beer. Team … Continue reading

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University of Memphis Quarterback Jacob Karam plays piano for St. Jude Patient

University of Memphis Quarterback Jacob Karam set a record last season, completing 64.7 percent of his passes, but the Tigers quarterback’s best play may have come on a piano at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis. Watch this video … Continue reading

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