Total Number of Clips: 45 Cumulative Est. Audience: 1,832,142 Cumulative Est. Publicity Value: $96,066 (Sum of Clip Totals)
Entry #1
WSLS 2010-08-16 16:17:00 UTC
WSLS 2010-08-16 16:17:00 UTC
WSLS 2010-08-16 16:17:00 UTC
WSLS 2010-08-16 16:17:00 UTC
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Our Blue Ridge
WSLS (NBC)Roanoke, VA DMA: 67
Aug 16 2010 12:17PM EDT
Programming Type: Community
Est. Households/Views: 8011
Est. Publicity Value: $12 (30 Seconds) $96 (Total)
develops alzheimer's. there are 130,000 people living with it. staggering figurfigures. we have the memory walk. we have marcy, a member for the chapter of the alzheimer's association. welcome to the show. >> thank you for having me. >> you are doing a lot of good works with the memory walks. there are a bunch coming up. >> should we run through them? we have one in charlottesville. >> that is september 11. the one in roanoke is september 25. and then in october, we are in danville on the 2nd and harrisburg on the 9th. lynchburg on the 16th and on the 23rd we are in stanton. >> what is the purpose of these walks? >> the memory walk is the nation's largest event to raise awareness and funds for the alzheimer's association and alzheimer's care. there are 130,000 people in virginia that have been diagnosed with alzheimer's. now, that's different than even saying how many people actually have it. they have been diagnosed or improper diagnosis. the thing about here is 42,000 of those 130,000 people are here in our area. that is about a third of the total in virginia. the thing that is more important than that, i thing. i don't think it is an exaggeration to say -- alzheimer doesn't just affect the person with the disease. it affects family members. it affects friends of those family members. coworkers, neighbors, church folk. anybody who knows anybody dealing with alzheimer's can tell you it covers the gamut. >> it is a way for someone to get involved. what is the role of the alzheimer's association in this? >> we do lots of things. our actual role is to support, educate and provide resources. we are the help line that is there 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. there is an online guide that helps individuals and families find care options. we provide a variety of research and reference materials. wecan provide you with care giving tips and respite care options. that is usually very important. we can provide programs for not only caregivers but we provide programs for peonnel. you can call us for emotional support if nothing else, if you are just having one of those days or evenings and you are worn out and you need someone to talk to, you can call us again and call us again. > you guys are always there. >> always there. >> i can't imagine a worse feeling than watching a loved one sort of slip away slowly like that and not remembering -- >> it is horriblhorrible. >> it was easyier to watch my dad die of cancer than to watch my mother live with alzheimer's. >> you are doing amazing work. >> put all that information on our website. thank you again. all right. you are watching "our blue
Entry #2
BBCA 2010-08-16 12:31:00 UTC
BBCA 2010-08-16 12:31:00 UTC
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The Graham Norton Show
BBCA (BBCA)National Programming, DMA: 0
Aug 16 2010 8:31AM EDT
Programming Type: Talk
Est. Households/Views: 118224
Est. Publicity Value: $774 (30 Seconds) $3096 (Total)
rosalynn carter. rosalynn carter, and what were you -- you were giving a keynote speech or something? i work with the alzheimer's association a lot, and that was a huge first-time benefit gala in washington, d.c., and it was a big deal, so they had all the first ladies who were around there. it looks like one of their friends pulled out of being on "sex and the city." [ laughter ] ...pulled out at the last moment. norton: it is sort of a, "i didn't know he was married to a president." one of these things is not like the others, yeah. and is that where you had the -- the wardrobe malfunction? [ gasps ] [ laughter ] andy: look at that face. i can't tell you how many times that question has been asked and people laugh. [ laughter ] i did have a wardrobe malfunction with all those first ladies. this was in the middle of doing "frasier," and, as happens when you're on a tv show, i didn't have any of my own clothes, and they sent me with my niles tuxedo, and this is -- i'm telling you, this is, you know, the height of washington society, and an hour before, i'm getting into my tux in the hotel, my sister's there, and they had sent me my jacket and kelsey's pants. [ laughter ] and we're not the same size. so we got safety pins from housekeeping -- this is before going on, i'm going throh security, and i went through and spent the whole evening emceeing this thing with the first ladies, thinking, "my pants are going to fall down "in the middle of this and i'll be arrested and, you know, sent to a black hole somewhere." smoked. yeah. lumley: why can't you keep some some spare trousers with you now? well, i do now, i do now. this was a different time. i actually have my own pants now. [ applause ] hamish: good. now, i feel the person who invented it didn't know that much about the day-to-day doings of a mouse, because he's put the trap inside a big cat. the chances of a mouse making that bit of the journey... hey can i play
Entry #3
KTUL 2010-08-16 11:48:00 UTC
KTUL 2010-08-16 11:48:00 UTC
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Newschannel 8 Morning
KTUL (ABC)Tulsa, OK DMA: 61
Aug 16 2010 6:48AM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 38053
Est. Publicity Value: $336 (30 Seconds) $1344 (Total)
ories, nearly three milliony dollars of your tax moarney is now going to help local organizations. it's called the block grant program, and the city council will cidecideou where the money goes. a touris murder thaila thai police said the suspectpe fo llowed home, stabbing him outside his door, killing him. a 19 year old tulsa man has been arrested for the death of sa mita gibson, who had been nmissing since august second. brandon hall brandon hall is accused of killing her and dumping her body in a trash can at mount carmelun ba ptist church. the competition continues in the quest to raise the most money for the alzheimer's association. this morning go to ktul-dot- com, and on the right hand side of the home page, click on the purple link to the memory walk. the event is coming up on the 28th... and we want you to join our team. i will be walking inlk spirit... so donate to my team-- like patty starkey did thisrk morning... go to ktul-indot-co gm. to ss to traffic tr traffic update toss t weather r to toss mother nature and trash don't
Entry #4
KTUL 2010-08-16 10:19:00 UTC
KTUL 2010-08-16 10:19:00 UTC
KTUL 2010-08-16 10:19:00 UTC
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Newschannel 8 Morning 1st News
KTUL (ABC)Tulsa, OK DMA: 61
Aug 16 2010 5:19AM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 19204
Est. Publicity Value: $197 (30 Seconds) $1182 (Total)
dollars of your tax money is nouow going to help locall organizations. i t's called the block grant program, and thepr city council will decideou where the money goes . republicans are pouncing on the presidents support of a plan for a 12 story mosque, two blocks from ground zero. referred to asfe hallowed ground, two strip clubs and an off track banetting parlor r are also near ground zero.er a tourist from oklahoma is murdered.. at a resordrt in thailand after a bar fight. thai police said the suspeicct followed deshawn longfellow home, stabbing him outside his door, killing him. he was from norman..ut joined the marines after graduating from high ro ghschool. "good morning oklahoma" needs your help raising money for the 2010 memory walk. go to ktul- dot-com for a linkfo to the alzheimer's association. then click on donate. type in my name-- obetter yet-- type in kristin's name and donate to her team. it is the better team to be on. the memory walk is coming up on the 28th and we'd love to see yo love to see you there. toss to weather weather at toss back many of you probably spef nt
Entry #5
KFSM 2010-08-15 12:05:00 UTC
KFSM 2010-08-15 12:05:00 UTC
KFSM 2010-08-15 12:05:00 UTC
KFSM 2010-08-15 12:05:00 UTC
KFSM 2010-08-15 12:05:00 UTC
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5 Sunday Morning
KFSM (CBS)Ft. Smith, AR DMA: 100
Aug 15 2010 7:05AM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 17960
Est. Publicity Value: $149 (30 Seconds) $1490 (Total)
lives... especially as the baby boomer population ages. but it's not going unnoticed. the alzheimer's association wants to eliminate alzheimer's disease through research...and by providing re for the people affected. sherri fant is ire regional director in our area...and she's here with more on an upcoming event. -? how many people are affected by alzheimer's disease? -? how is the alzheimer's association helping in the fight against alzheimer's disease? -tell us about the 9-th annual education symposium and celebration of excellence luncheon. -? who should attend the symposium ....people the families, or anyone? -? how can someone get more information about the event? like sherri said ....the ninth annual education symposium and celebration of excellence luncheon is august 19-th...that's a thursday. it's at the holiday inn city center in fort smith. for more information, call 479.783.2022 or visit their website. the event is sponsored by sparks hospital. it's a trashy subject....a
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KRCR 2010-08-14 01:51:00 UTC
KRCR 2010-08-14 01:51:00 UTC
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KRCR News Channel 7 at 6:30
KRCR (ABC)Chico, CA DMA: 130
Aug 13 2010 6:51PM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 25739
Est. Publicity Value: $312 (30 Seconds) $1248 (Total)
so.. putting on my sherlock holmes hat .. here are the clues: -that mayor served from 1938 to 1940. -it had to be a city of redding project. -the history book says a Šnew bridge on then-highway 99 was damaged in the flood. -the plaque appears to have wood screws still attached. -could it have come off with a piece of the bridge.. and floated downriver to mike davis's property .. where it was buried under five feet of river rock and gravel? we may Šnever know for sure.. but if you have any information that could help.. contact mayor patrick jones.. or city clerk pamela mize. 3 classic cars lined the parking lot in front of chico sports club today.. to fight a deadly disease. more than 20 cars were on display this morning while members raised money for the alzheimer's association. the event was organized by club members who have been touched by the disease. gil smith says watching a close friend decline from alzheimer's was one of the toughest things he's ever experienced. 3 < "the people are kind of with you one day then they start to drift off because it affects the mind. and the kind of leave us so to speak. but they come back in bits and pieces of the past and some present. and then eventually they get to the part where they just kind of completely disappear.">3 show organizers hoped to raise two thousand dollars for the alzheimer's association today. the chico sports club raised 15- hundred dollars for the alzheimer's association in another fundraiser last month. 3 volunteers are making sure patients with special needs get to their appointments .. by airplane! but flying first class has a price..and they could use your help. angel flight west is a non profit organization that helps people who need special medical attention.. but can't afford the cost of commuting. local pilots say they are happy knowing they're giving back to the community... 3 < the best part is just seeing a little smile... a smile on a child's face or a cancer survivor knowing that we're
Entry #7
KRCR 2010-08-14 00:27:00 UTC
KRCR 2010-08-14 00:27:00 UTC
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KRCR News Channel 7 at 5
KRCR (ABC)Chico, CA DMA: 130
Aug 13 2010 5:27PM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 23291
Est. Publicity Value: $412 (30 Seconds) $1648 (Total)
served from 1938 to 1940. -it had to be a city of redding project. -the history book says a Šnew bridge on then-highway 99 was damaged in the flood. -the plaque appears to have wood screws still attached. -could it have come off with a piece of the bridge.. and floated downriver to mike davis's property .. where it was buried under five feet of river rock and gravel? we may Šnever know for sure.. but if you have any information that could help.. contact mayor patrick jones.. or city clerk pamela mize. 3 classic cars lined the parking lot in front of chico sports club today.. to fight a deadly disease. more than 20 cars were on display this morning while members raised money for the alzheimer's association. the event was organized by club members who have been touched by the disease. gil smith says watching a close friend decline from alzheimer's was one of the toughest things he's ever experienced. 3 < "the people are kind of with you one day then they start to drift off because it affects the mind. and the kind of leave us so to speak. but they come back in bits and pieces of the past and some present. and then eventually they get to the part where they just disappear."> show organizers hoped to raise two thousand dollars for the alzheimer's association today. the chico sports club raised 15- hundred dollars for the alzheimer's another month. 3 state workers were on the job today: their governor- ordered furlough days were canceled. that's coming up next. 3 and orland authorities get a major break in a string of burglaries. krcr news channel seven at five thirty is Šnext. 3
Entry #8
KDRV 2010-08-14 00:23:00 UTC
KDRV 2010-08-14 00:23:00 UTC
KDRV 2010-08-14 00:23:00 UTC
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Newswatch at 5P
KDRV (ABC)Medford, OR DMA: 140
Aug 13 2010 5:23PM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 30499
Est. Publicity Value: $1500 (30 Seconds) $9000 (Total)
seconds someone is diagnosed with alzheimers... and in the next 40 years, that's expected to increase to one person diagnosed every 30 seconds. nearly everyone experiences some degree of forgetfullness, which leaves some wondering... how do you know if you should be worried about yourself or a loved one. 5.1 million people have alzheimer's... and jim jackson is one of them. (i'm expecting a notory republic - sarah says " this is part of the dementia.") jim recently moved in with his 24 year old granddaughter... who knows first hand how devastating the disease is. (sarah says "it's hard for me.") doctors say early detection and treatment can slow down an alzheimer's patient's memory loss and other symptoms.. but that's easier said than done. (pat says "healthcare providers are a little reluctant to make the diagnosis, people are reluctant to hear the diagnosis, and so their diagnosis is often not made until it's moderate to severe. and the best results we get from current meds and treatment is from early diagnosis and treatment.") medford doctor pat gillette sits on the national alzheimer's association board... and says there are 10 warning signs of the disease. (pat says "new mood symptoms, new onset of deperession - over age of 65, bit of a concern and it may be an early warning sign. it may not be alzheimers disease yet, but it is a warning sign.") another sign is misplacing something and losing the ability to retrace your steps.... or completely forgetting something's purpose. (ashley says "so forgetting where you left your keys is not necessarily something to be worried about. that' s just a sign of regular memory loss. but forgetting what this is, or that you need it in order to do this, now that's something to see your doctor about.") it's not only important to know the warning signs... but also be aware of prevention techniques. (pat says " learning a new language is an especially great way to exercise the brain. is very very important") for a list of all 10 warning signs and prevention and treatment advice... you can contact the alzheimer's association. the medford office closed almost a year ago... but, you can still reach a help line that's staffed by a real person 24 hours a day. that number is on your screen.. along with the association's website, alz dot org. you can find a link on kdrv.com. the staff of an animal park in california is taking care of a very special baby.. up next... how.they became surrogate parents to an energetic baby beluga... jackson county
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KTXS 2010-08-13 22:23:00 UTC
KTXS 2010-08-13 22:23:00 UTC
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KTXS News 12 at Five
KTXS (ABC)Abilene, TX DMA: 165
Aug 13 2010 5:23PM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 17162
Est. Publicity Value: $1130 (30 Seconds) $4520 (Total)
scientific researchers are riding cross country, relay style, to raise awareness of alzheimers. one of the scientists took off from abilene this morning on his way to dallas. the ride started in san francisco july 17th and will end in washington on september 21. riders are hoping to collect 100 thousand signatures to present to congress at the end of the ride. to join the alzheimer's association and sign the petition, go to k-t-x-s.com and follow the link. choosing the right blood pressure medication can take some time and research. but a recent study confirmed that, older diuretics or water pills are the same, if not better, at preventing heart disease. people taking the diuretic had a lower stroke risk than those taking an ace inhibitor; and a lower risk of hospitalization or dying from heart failure than those taking a calcium channel blocker. you should talk to your doctor to find out which blood pressure medication is best for you. if you're looking for some entertainment this weekend...stick around. office...coming up after the break.
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WMBD 2010-08-13 22:06:00 UTC
WMBD 2010-08-13 22:06:00 UTC
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WMBD 31 News at 5:00
WMBD (CBS)Peoria, IL DMA: 116
Aug 13 2010 5:06PM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 11948
Est. Publicity Value: $416 (30 Seconds) $1664 (Total)
taking place this weekend. the theme this year is america's pastime. there's no shortage of fun to be had - tonights festivities include silent auction and talent contest. of course there's plenty of food and even a carnival for the kids. fireworks are set to light up the sky saturday night. <;(people work on their projects throughout the whole year to get them ready for their once a year doings. whether it is the 5k run, ot the car show, or the barrel races. it is a big thing for them.)>;and wenona days wraps up sunday night with a parade and a chicken dinner hosted by the fire department. its a chance to eat good food for a good cause.today the alzheimer's association of central illinois hosted their chops and chips fundraiser. the organization sold pork chops, chicken sandwiches and chips in efforts to raise money for the october third memory walk. this is just one of the ways teams somehow affected by alzheimer's raise money to give back to the association. <;("many of them will just solicit family and friends for donations, but alot of them will choose to do a fundraiser such as this, or a bakesale or yard sale. this is one of the most fun ones that we have in the area.")>;>; the annual memory walk is october third at peoria's riverfront. all money raised goes to services like a twenty four-hour he identification program. to get involved... go to this story on our website to link up to more information. back on june fifth, strong storms and tornadoes ripped through many communities in central illinois... up next, we'll check back in with some people in streator to see how their recovery process is going... <;(across the country, crime rates are down. we'll tell you why and take you to the city with the most advanced equipment to catch criminals. our special series "where america stands" tonight only on the cbs evening news.)>;>;
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BBCA 2010-08-13 20:31:00 UTC
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The Graham Norton Show
BBCA (BBCA)National Programming, DMA: 0
Aug 13 2010 4:31PM EDT
Programming Type: Talk
Est. Households/Views: 181970
Est. Publicity Value: $2205 (30 Seconds) $4410 (Total)
rosalynn carter. rosalynn carter, and what were you -- you were giving a keynote speech or something? i work with the alzheimer's association a lot, and that was a huge first-time benefit gala in washington, d.c., and it was a big deal, so they had all the first ladies who were around there. it looks like one of their friends pulled out of being on "sex and the city." [ laughter ] ...pulled out at the last moment. norton: it is sort of a, "i didn't know he was married to a president." one of these things is not like the others, yeah. and is that where you had the -- the wardrobe malfunction? [ gasps ] [ laughter ] andy: look at that face. i can't tell you how many times that question has been asked and people laugh. [ laughter ] i did have a wardrobe malfunction with all those first ladies. this was in the middle of doing "frasier," and, as happens when you're on a tv show, i didn't have any of my own clothes, and they sent me with my niles tuxedo, and this is -- i'm telling you, this is, you know, the height of washington society, and an hour before, i'm getting into my tux in the hotel,
Entry #12
WCYB 2010-08-13 16:26:00 UTC
WCYB 2010-08-13 16:26:00 UTC
WCYB 2010-08-13 16:26:00 UTC
WCYB 2010-08-13 16:26:00 UTC
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News 5 at Noon
WCYB (NBC)Tri-Cities (TN-VA), VA DMA: 93
Aug 13 2010 12:26PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 31131
Est. Publicity Value: $304 (30 Seconds) $2432 (Total)
for a fantasy dessert that can be reality in no time, and bite after heavenly bite? of course "ooh it's so good!!" tarah 5-k's seem to be the going thing-- and if you like to get in on every one of them you can-- then you'll want to run for some very special people coming up soon! here with more are tracey kendall from the alzheimer's association and our own dave dierks. welcome! -- --- a lot of people effected by alzheimer's in this region-- let's talk about the numbers. -- -- and what kind of resources are available for families? -- --- the forget me not 5k-- coming up on august 28th-- what's happening that day? -- -- --- should you pregister? -- -- --- thanks! the forget me not 5-k will be saturday, august 28th at 7:00 am. it's at the v-a mountain home in johnson city. to pre register log onto run tricities dot org proceeds benefit the alzheimers association. tarah when news five at noon returns. if you know of someone suffering from alzheimer's we'll tell you about a place that may be able to help you and them out. plus our gardener, has some ideas on plants he says can beat the heat. and, ever been to a national park? today's the day to get in free!! we'll take you to a few sites welcoming tourists.. that's later.
Entry #13
KGAN 2010-08-13 11:47:00 UTC
KGAN 2010-08-13 11:47:00 UTC
KGAN 2010-08-13 11:47:00 UTC
KGAN 2010-08-13 11:47:00 UTC
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CBS2 This Morning
KGAN (CBS)Cedar Rapids, IA DMA: 88
Aug 13 2010 6:47AM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 4775
Est. Publicity Value: $50 (30 Seconds) $400 (Total)
week -- in the search for a cure -- for alzheimer's disease. a new test -- that may be able -- to diagnose the disease -- even before symptoms start to appear. appear. dr. maria carillo is with the national alzheimer's association -- in town for a conference... maria -- how promising is this new test? test? why is an early diagnosis so important? what other therapies -- drugs are in the pipeline. memory walk -- a way for everyone to get involved in the fight. eastern iowa memory walks -- september 18th. it's now on this morning. we'll reveal this month's creature feature -- up next. next. and don't forget -- to call or email cbs 2 if you see news happening. the toll free number to call -- 1-800-222-kgan. and the
Entry #14
WTKR 2010-08-13 10:26:00 UTC
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Newschannel 3 This Morning
WTKR (CBS)Norfolk, VA DMA: 43
Aug 13 2010 6:26AM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 28093
Est. Publicity Value: $165 (30 Seconds) $330 (Total)
new this morning. the u-s postal service is having a change of heart on a new policy that had banned families from shipping cigarettes and other tobacco products to american troops in afghanistan and iraq. they law was created to stop smuggling and underage sales through the mail. the only way those products could be shipped under the law was if the package was sent express -- which requires a signature. and you can t send express mail overseas military addresses. the postal service says people can start sending those products once again at the end of the month. a sea of purple at virginia beach town center last night to support alzheimer s research. the alzheimer s association held a memory walk pep rally -- that also featured some pre walk stretching. organizers say the recent searches for missing alzhimers patients inspired them to host today s rally. the memory walk is an event to raise money for the care and support of those who have been affected by alzheimer s, the southeast region will sponsor nine more walks in the area beginning in september. three horses died in a barn fire in north carolina. just
Entry #15
WTKR 2010-08-13 09:26:00 UTC
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Newschannel 3 at 5:00
WTKR (CBS)Norfolk, VA DMA: 43
Aug 13 2010 5:26AM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 18288
Est. Publicity Value: $189 (30 Seconds) $378 (Total)
the u-s postal service is having a change of heart on a new policy that had banned families from shipping cigarettes and other tobacco products to american troops in afghanistan and iraq. they law was created to stop smuggling and underage sales through the mail. the on way those products could be shipped under the law was if the package was sent express -- which requires a signature. and you can t send express mail overseas to military addresses. the postal service says people can start sending those products once again at the end of the month. a sea of purple at virginia beach town center last night to support alzheimer s research. the alzheimer s association held a memory walk pep rally -- that also featured some pre walk stretching. organizers say the recent searches for missing alzhimers patients inspired them to host today s rally. the memory walk is an event to raise money for the care and support of those who have been affected by alzheimer s, the southeast region will sponsor nine more walks in the area beginning in september. this morning, buy a fifty dollar restaurant gift
Entry #16
WTKR 2010-08-13 03:15:00 UTC
WTKR 2010-08-13 03:15:00 UTC
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NewsChannel 3 News at 11
WTKR (CBS)Norfolk, VA DMA: 43
Aug 12 2010 11:15PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 68701
Est. Publicity Value: $603 (30 Seconds) $2412 (Total)
but i m not in it. i ve wandered away. no. 10 00:10 they clearly know i am in the area. they ve passed by this location twice. so they have a pretty good idea of where i am. ey )re now trying to pinpoint my exact location. 26:20 i m going to see if maybe he is in that neighborhood over behind us. he rounds the corner, and after just 15 minutes, he s got me. and that )s how easy it can be to locate someone who wanders away, if they re wearing a project lifesaver wristband. the transmitters do have a limited range. that )s why tommy carter says if someone is wearing a band and wanders away, it )s crucial to call project lifesaver searchers right away. that means searchers can find the missing person in the shortest amount of time. if you )d like to learn more about project lifesaver, or to sign up for the service, go to wtkr.com. live in the control room, mike mather, newschannel 3. kurt: new at 11 a sea of purple at virginia beach town center tonight -- to support alzheimer s research. today the alzheimer s association held a memory walk pep rally -- that also featured some pre walk stretching. organizers say the recent searches for the alzhimers patients inspired them to host today )s rally. we saw the entire community was out looking for her and really wanted to find her and be we found out a lot of people don )t know much about alzhiemers disease and the effect of it ... a chapter that can help them once they get a diagnosis of alzhiemers disease. the memory walk is the alzheimer s association fundraising event to raise money for the care and support of those who have been affected by alzheimer s, the soheast region will sponsor 9 walks in the area starting in september. juliet: new at 11-- governor bob mcdonnell is asking the federal government to deputize virginia )s state troopers to enforce federal immigration law. in a letter to the homeland security secretary -- mcdonnell formally asked for an agreement with immigration officials to allow police in virginia to question and detain illegal
Entry #17
WAVY 2010-08-13 03:14:00 UTC
WAVY 2010-08-13 03:14:00 UTC
WAVY 2010-08-13 03:14:00 UTC
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WAVY News 10
WAVY (NBC)Norfolk, VA DMA: 43
Aug 12 2010 11:14PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 54312
Est. Publicity Value: $483 (30 Seconds) $2898 (Total)
getting a project lifesaver bracelet. a police officer found 63-year-old james allen brandon in portsmouth early this morning. he disappeared from beth sholom sands independent living complex, in virginia beach, wednesday morning. police say he took a city bus from the beach to portsmouth. c9 7:39:51 - :40:07 det. john doyle/portsmouth police "generally at midnight you may see somebody sleeping at a bus stop. you want to make sure they're ok, check on them, make sure nothings wrong" now, that he's safe at home, beach police plan to fit brandon with an electronic bracelet, that helps police locate people with dementia in under an hour. families impacted by alzheimer's disease ralied in virginia beach tonight. the alzheimer's association of southeastern virginia is trying to raise money for a cure and awareness about the memory- robbing disease. 10 on your side's melanie woodrow joins us now with details. organizers were hoping for about a thousand people at tonight's alzheimer's memory walk pep raly at town center. many are caring - or cared for someone living with the illness. it's the seventh leading cause of death in america. one supporter we spoke to said, when both of her parents were diagnosed, her family spent a lot of time learning about the incurable and unpredictable disease. kay mixon/daughter c54 8:11:37 - :50 "i heard the word and know each other, not knowing us." kay mixon's parents both passed away two years ago. she like others plan to keep fighting to find a cure and help other local families handle the tol alzheimer's takes on its victims and loved ones. if you want to make a donation towards research, log onto wavy-dot-com. we posted a link to the alzheimer's association southeastern chapter. the virginia zoo in norfolk is about to gain some weight. 700 pounds to be exact, thanks to 5 new giant tortoises. this is an aldabra tortoises, the second largest of its kind in the world. 5 of them are moving into their new exhibit at the zo tomorrow. the largest one, which you're looking at here, named a-j, is going to be a bit of challenge for zookepers. he's the biggest, at a whoping 475 pounds! anchors adlib toss to don under animation he's suspected of kiling
Entry #18
WVBT 2010-08-13 02:08:00 UTC
WVBT 2010-08-13 02:08:00 UTC
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WVBT (Fox)Norfolk, VA DMA: 43
Aug 12 2010 10:08PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 60297
Est. Publicity Value: $818 (30 Seconds) $3272 (Total)
arson investigation in virginia beach. there's a 6-thousand dolar reward, for information leading to the arrest of whoever set at least 8 homes on fire, in the brigadoon neighborhod on sunday. one of those fires almost killed a boy as he was sleeping. e money includes 5- thousand dollars from a virginia chapter of arson investigators. the other 1-thousand is crime line reward money. if you can help catch who started the fires, cal 1-888-lock-u- up. the search for a mising virginia beach man with alzheimer's is over police officer found 63-year-old james brandon in portsmouth early this morning. (video frmo kay's 5 pkg) he vanished from an independent living complex in college park, around 7 yesterday morning. virginia beach police say brandon will receive a "project lifesaver" bracelet by the end of the week. the transmitters help officers find lost people, in under an hour. people impacted by the devastation of alzheimer's disease rallied together in virginia beach tonight. the alzheimer's association of southeastern virginia is trying to raise money for a cure- and awareness. many who attended are caring- or have cared for- someone living with the illness. one supporter said: when both of her parents were diagnosed, her family spent a lot of time learning about the incurable and unpredictable disease. kay mixon/daughter of alzheimer's victims (both parents died) c54 8:1:37 like the anger and not know each other, not knowing us." mixon lost both of her parents two year's ago to alzheimer's. like others, she plans to keep fighting to find a cure and help other local families handle the disease. police say they caught the man who terrorized three states- including virginia- with a series of stabbings. hear why police say they caught him just in the nick of time. plus, violent storms rip through the nation's capital. we'll show you what happened to the white house lawn. clip called raw 50 in system 1:08:40 - 1:08:45 runs 5 exercise! one, two three, one! one, two three, two! one two
Entry #19
WAVY 2010-08-12 21:31:00 UTC
WAVY 2010-08-12 21:31:00 UTC
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WAVY 2010-08-12 21:31:00 UTC
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WAVY (NBC)Norfolk, VA DMA: 43
Aug 12 2010 5:31PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 83792
Est. Publicity Value: $967 (30 Seconds) $7736 (Total)
breaking news last night on wavy news 10 at 5. a police officer in portsmouth found the 63-year-old alzheimer's patient james allen brandon around midnight. tonight, families and friends of people affected by the disease are wearing purple - and coming together. 10 on your side's kay young is live in virginia beach, right in the middle of the alzheimer's memory walk pep raly. kay? "transcribe bite here" if you want to make a donation towards research, log onto wavy-dot-com. we posted a link to the alzheimer's association southeastern chapter. coming up new at six- find out about the high cost of caring for alzheimer's patients. a suffolk man walked into his parents bedroom and shot his father while he slept. it happened just before two this morning. 22 year old moris newsome is now in jail without bond. police say he shot his father several times in the head, face, abdomen and arm at the family's home on hennesy cup way. wavy news 10 has learned the victim will be ok and was released from the hospital this afternon. we spoke briefly with his mrs. newsome this afternoon. she told us her son has mental issues and is hopefuly geting the help he needs. police say they caught newsome a short distance from his home and got the gun. virginia beach city officials will not offer cash to the family of a homeles man- who was run over by a trash truck, responsible for
Entry #20
WHOI 2010-08-12 11:12:00 UTC
WHOI 2010-08-12 11:12:00 UTC
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HOI News Daybreak
WHOI (ABC)Peoria, IL DMA: 116
Aug 12 2010 6:12AM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 9997
Est. Publicity Value: $217 (30 Seconds) $868 (Total)
[ male announcer ] cha-cha-in' to the new cuban pulled pork. dance the mambo to slow smoked pulled pork and tender black forest ham packed with layer upon layer of flamboyant flavor -- the temptuous new subway cuban pulled pork. crank up the flavor at subway. break 9 wx am planner-wxgpx malz-rdr roll vo wandering is always a safety issue for those who suffer from alzheimer s. yesterday, family members got a chance to learn about medic alert and safe return, a nationwide program that allows people to register their loved ones... in case they go missing. the central illinois chapter of the alzheimer s association put on an open house, where people learned about why alzheimer s patients tend to wander and how a bracelet can save their life. msotalz-diz to sot vo "another plus is there is a personal health file attached, in case they go to the hospital and don t have their information. emts will have all that right away with this bracelet." experts say six out of 10 people with alzheimer s or dementia will wander off. for more information, you can go to a-l-z dot org, slash illinois central. ahealthh-rdr take pkg we ve all done it... spent a little too much time in the sun without protection. and at the end of the day, we re left with a nasty sunburn. susan hendricks has some tips to help take the pain away. it can happen on you back, your chest, your feet... anywhere on the body that gets too much sun without enough protection. cg dr. harold sunburn really takes 24 hours to come out and you have 12 - 16 hours
Entry #21
WHOI 2010-08-12 10:13:00 UTC
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HOI News Daybreak
WHOI (ABC)Peoria, IL DMA: 116
Aug 12 2010 5:13AM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 5736
Est. Publicity Value: $147 (30 Seconds) $294 (Total)
issue for those who suffer from alzheimer s. yesterday, family members got a chance to learn about medic alert and safe return, a nationwide program that allows people to register their loved ones... in case they go missing. the central illinois chapter of the alzheimer s association put on an open house, where people learned about why alzheimer s patients tend to wander and how a bracelet can save their life. msotalz-diz to sot vo "another plus is there is a personal health file attached, in case they go to the hospital and don t have their information. emts will have all that right away with this bracelet." experts say six out of 10 people with alzheimer s or dementia will wander off. for more information, you can go to a-l-z dot org, slash illinois central. ahealthh-rdr take pkg we ve all done it... spent a little too much time in the sun without protection. and at the end of the day, we re left with a nasty sunburn. susan hendricks has some tips to help take the pain
Entry #22
WSYR 2010-08-12 03:17:00 UTC
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NC9 Eleven at 11
WSYR (ABC)Syracuse, NY DMA: 83
Aug 11 2010 11:17PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 35012
Est. Publicity Value: $429 (30 Seconds) $858 (Total)
"doc's little gem" diner may be closed -- but, it's prime location was put to good use this evening. local favorite doug's fish fry set up shop there tonight to help raise money to benefit the alzheimer's association of central new york. the kirkpatrick day program, which is working to raise funds for the upcoming memory walk, thought this would be a unique spin on traditional fundraisers. the food bank of central new york welcomed a much need boost to it's inventory today. food distributing company, "dot foods" pulled into the east syracuse
Entry #23
WWTI 2010-08-12 03:17:00 UTC
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News at 11
WWTI (ABC)Watertown, NY DMA: 177
Aug 11 2010 11:17PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 265
Est. Publicity Value: $20 (30 Seconds) $40 (Total)
"doc's little gem" diner may be closed -- but, it's prime location was put to good use this evening. local favorite doug's fish fry set up shop there tonight to help raise money to benefit the alzheimer's association of central neyork. the kirkpatrick day program, which is working to raise funds for the upcoming memory walk, thought this would be a unique spin on traditional fundraisers. the food bank of central new york welcomed a much need boost to it's inventory today. food distributing company, "dot foods" pulled into the east syracuse location with a trailer full of
Entry #24
WHOI 2010-08-11 22:46:00 UTC
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HOI News at 5:30pm
WHOI (ABC)Peoria, IL DMA: 116
Aug 11 2010 5:46PM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 3654
Est. Publicity Value: $172 (30 Seconds) $1032 (Total)
might someday- help identify which people will go on to develop alzheimer s disease. scientists testing alzhiemer s patients found three biomarkers in the spinal fluid of 90-percent of the alzheimer s patients in the study. the biomarkers were also found in more than a third of healthy older adults whose memory was not impaired. alzheimer s is thought to infiltrate unsuspecting people as much as a decade before symptoms begin. what s unclear -- and won t be for years -- is whether those healthy adults with the biomarkers will really go on to develop alzheimer s disease. malz wandering is always a safety issue for those who suffer from alzheimer s disease. and today, family members got a chance to learn about medic alert and safe return, a nationwide program that allows people to register their loved ones... in case they go missing. the central illinois chapter of the alzheimer s association put on this open house, where people could learn about why alzheimer s patients tend to wander and how a bracelet can save their life. msotalz "another plus is there is a personal health file attached, in case they go to the hospital and don t have their information. emts will have all that right away with this bracelet." officials say six out of ten people with alzheimer s or dementia will wander off. for more information, head to central illinois news center dot com... and click on this story. spxa coming up in sports.. the cardinals and reds do not fight today in cincinnati- but they do play baseball---we have the highlights spxb plus it s day one of high school football practice- our jim mattson has been everywhere-- he has a full pigskin report next in sports.. fastbreak-fastbreak break 3 spx open
Entry #25
WEEK 2010-08-11 22:16:00 UTC
WEEK 2010-08-11 22:16:00 UTC
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WEEK (NBC)Peoria, IL DMA: 116
Aug 11 2010 5:16PM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 38749
Est. Publicity Value: $1295 (30 Seconds) $10360 (Total)
and humidity continue the next several days with daily highs approaching the mid 90 s and heat index values approaching 110. although " pop up " showers and storms are possible, the next chance of rain is saturday when a cold front pushes through the area. this front won t break our heat wave but will bend it with highs in the mid 80 s next week. weather-seven day weather-3desk 5alztest researchers in belgium have found that an experimental spinal fluid test -might someday- help identify which people will go on to develop alzheimer s disease. scientists testing alzhiemer s patients found three biomarkers in the spinal fluid of 90-percent of the alzheimer s patients in the study. the biomarkers were also found in more than a third of healthy older adults whose memory was not impaired. alzheimer s is thought to infiltrate unsuspecting people as much as decade before symptoms begin. what s unclear -- and won t be for years -- is whether those healthy adults with the biomarkers will really go on to develop alzheimer s disease. malz and today, family members of alzheimer s patients got a chance to learn about medic alert and safe return... a nationwide program allows people to register their loved ones... in case they go missing. the central illinois chapter of the alzheimer s association put on this open house, where people learned about why alzheimer s patients tend to wander and how a bracelet can save their life. msotalz "another plus is there is a personal health file attached, in case they go to the hospital and don t have their information. emts will have all that right away with this bracelet." experts say six out of 10 people with alzheimer s or dementia will wander off. for more information, go to a-l-z dot org, backslash illinois central. 5tease3 up next on live at five: fighting fair. dr. joy miller has tips for healthy conflict resolutions in marriage...after a break. fastbreak-fast break break3
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WSYR 2010-08-11 22:10:00 UTC
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WSYR (ABC)Syracuse, NY DMA: 83
Aug 11 2010 6:10PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 69482
Est. Publicity Value: $998 (30 Seconds) $1996 (Total)
use. local favorite doug's fish fry has set up shop there this evening to help raise money to benefit the alzheimer's association of central new york. the kirkpatrick day program, which is working to raise funds for the upcoming memory walk, thought this would be a unique spin on traditional fundraisers. doug's will be serving up fish until seven tonight. you'll find the stand on spencer street in syracuse. still to come -- some adorable pups stay cool by the pool...we'll show off your photos in our picture of the day. but -- first -- hundreds of local kids... get competitive at the salt city games...we'll tell you what special honor came at the very end coming up after the break. y's we say the salad doesn't fall far from the tree. maria:
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WWTI 2010-08-11 22:10:00 UTC
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WWTI (ABC)Watertown, NY DMA: 177
Aug 11 2010 6:10PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 3567
Est. Publicity Value: $192 (30 Seconds) $384 (Total)
has set up shop there this evening to help raise money to benefit the alzheimer's association of central new york. the kirkpatrick day program, which is working to raise funds for the upcoming memory walk, thought this would be a unique spin on traditional fundraisers. doug's will be serving up fish until seven tonight. you'll find the stand on spencer street in syracuse. still to come -- some adorable pups stay cool by the pool...we'll show off your photos in our picture of the day. but -- first -- hundreds of local kids... get competitive at the salt city games...we'll tell you what special honor came at the very end coming up after the break.
Entry #28
WSYR 2010-08-11 21:11:00 UTC
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News Channel 9 at 5:00pm
WSYR (ABC)Syracuse, NY DMA: 83
Aug 11 2010 5:11PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 55068
Est. Publicity Value: $1266 (30 Seconds) $2532 (Total)
business. right here at home... stepped it up a little bit. dot-foods traveled to 11 food banks around the country today... giving out a total of 270-thousand pounds of food. happening now -- another good deed... outside the old "doc's little gem" diner location. doug's fish fry set up shop for the day, to raise money to benefit the alzheimer's association of central new york. the kirkpatrick day program, which is looking to raise funds for the upcoming memory walk, thought this would be a unique take on traditional fundraisers... and the location is a sure bet to draw hungry crowds. toni walsh, alzheimer's association: this location is perfect... landmark was. doug's will be serving up fish until seven
Entry #29
WEEK 2010-08-11 17:02:00 UTC
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WEEK (NBC)Peoria, IL DMA: 116
Aug 11 2010 12:02PM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 15919
Est. Publicity Value: $306 (30 Seconds) $1224 (Total)
the imax portion of the museum, but does expect the agreement to be approved eventually. ngalva seventy people in galva, illinois are looking for a new job. they worked at the bob evans plant in galva--a business that has been open for 36 years. but the sausage processing plant in henry county is closing. company officials say the sluggish economy is the reason behind the shutdown. many workers could see the handwriting on the wall-- business had been slow for a while. ngalvasot "i feel that if they would have talked to us months ago, and said this is the situation, these are our options, maybe we could have took pay cuts or anything to save our jobs." bob evans is giving workers severance and some will have the chance to transfer to other facilities within the company. malz wandering is always a safety issue for those who suffer from alzheimer s. and today, family members got a chance to learn about medic alert and safe return, a nationwide program that allows people to register their loved ones... in case they go missing. the central illinois chapter of the alzheimer s association put on this open house, where people could learn about why alzheimer s patients tend to wander and how a bracelet can save their life. asmads a new study finds tobacco advertising at retail stores substantially increases the odds of teen smoking. a stanford university study finds teens who visited convenience stores, gas stations, and small grocery stores regularly were twice as likely to try smoking as those who did not. research has shown that if teenagers make it to adulthood without smoking, their likelihood of becoming hooked is small adress peoria high school students are weighing in on district 150 s new dress code policy. under the revised
Entry #30
WEEK 2010-08-11 16:38:00 UTC
WEEK 2010-08-11 16:38:00 UTC
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News 25 Mid-Day
WEEK (NBC)Peoria, IL DMA: 116
Aug 11 2010 11:38AM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 3759
Est. Publicity Value: $227 (30 Seconds) $908 (Total)
one pilot says it s a miracle anyone survived the crash. atrainax a freight train derailed in rural livingston county on tuesday. no one was hurt, but the timing of it was the real story. according to the pantagraph, the derailment happened in the town of chatsworth. the 102 car train was headed to peoria went the front end went off the tracks. 16 cars in all derailed, many empty grain cars. some employees speculate heat may have buckled the tracks. the incident happened on the 123rd anniversary of one of the deadliest railroad accidents in u-s history. a passenger train carrying 700 people derailed in chatsworth on august 10th, 1887 after a bridge collapsed, killing 80 people. malz wandering is always a safety issue for those who suffer from alzheimer s. and today, family members got a chance to learn about medic alert and safe return, a nationwide program that allows people to register their loved ones... in case they go missing. the central illinois chapter of the alzheimer s association put on this open house, where people could learn about why alzheimer s patients tend to wander and how a bracelet can save their life. msotalz "another plus is there is a personal health file attached, in case they go to the hospital and don t have their information. emts will have all that right away with this bracelet." officials say six out of ten people with alzheimer s or dementia will wander off. for more information, log onto a-l-z dot org, backslash illinois central. mtease1 when we return with news 25 mid- day, i ll show you the afternoon forecast... talent id your watching your hometeam break1
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KMTR 2010-08-11 13:05:00 UTC
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KMTR (NBC)Eugene, OR DMA: 119
Aug 11 2010 6:05AM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 7046
Est. Publicity Value: $138 (30 Seconds) $552 (Total)
along with a snapshot of terri horman. spicher was gardening on her property the day kyron vanished... but sources tell investigators she was unreachable for 3 hours. ++c.w. ++ (kgw10@06:26-they can say everyday over the last month, dede spicher... people could get ahold of her. everyday after june 4th, people could get ahold of dede spicher. why on that one day now is she missing for three days and people cant get ahold of her. that's what's significant.) that development could explain why that new flyer is circulation in the area where spicher was gardening on june 4-th. the flyer also shows a picture of horman's white pick up truck.# the search is on this morning for a king county, washington man who may be here in our viewing area. eugene police sent out this picture... and think 51-year-old john carter could be here. he's accused of raping a woman earlier this week. police say he made the woman drive to an a-t-m to withdraw money and then stole her car. carter has recently been seen in neta, and florence. he's six feet tall, 200- pounds. he's missing upper teeth and has multiple tattoos incling the word "robin" on one hand. he speaks with a slight lisp. if you see carter, call 9-1-1 immediately.# eugene police hope a footprint leads them to the crook who broke into a local non- profit agency. that footprint turned up on the kicked-in door at the lane county alzheimer's association. the culprit stole office supplies. but left confidential information alone. police and workers at the alzheimers association think the crime happened sometime on sunday night. they stole computers, telephones, small fans, staplers and pencil sharpeners. (16:45-in spite of all the equipment loss we are open fothe people that we serve and that never changes. we continue to serve people with alzhiemers and their caretakers.) the lane county office has remained open since the burglary. the crime comes at a difficult time - as the nonprofit gets ready for its upcoming "memory walk" on october 10-th. that's still happening. if you have pertinent information, call eugene police.# new this morning. the federal reserve is still a bit worried about economic recovery. and so, it's leaving interest rates at a record low. that's a chge from the fed's more positive forecast at the start of summer. it is a good time to buy a home. but as kristen
Entry #32
KMTR 2010-08-11 12:05:00 UTC
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KMTR NewsSource Today
KMTR (NBC)Eugene, OR DMA: 119
Aug 11 2010 5:05AM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 2394
Est. Publicity Value: $37 (30 Seconds) $74 (Total)
footprint leads them to the crook who broke into a local non- profit agency. that footprint turned up on the kicked-in door at the lane county alzheimer's association. the culprit stole office supplies. but left confidential information alone. police and workers at the alzheimers association think the crime happened sometime on sunday night. they stole computers, telephones, small fans, staplers and pencil sharpeners. (16:45-in spite of all the equipment loss we are open for the people that we serve and that never changes. we continue to serve people with alzhiemers and their caretakers.) the lane county office has remained open since the burglary. the crime comes at a difficult time - as the nonprofit gets ready for its upcoming "memory walk" on october 10- th. that's still happening. if you have pertinent information, call eugene police.# the search is
Entry #33
CNN 2010-08-11 11:53:00 UTC
CNN 2010-08-11 11:53:00 UTC
CNN 2010-08-11 11:53:00 UTC
CNN 2010-08-11 11:53:00 UTC
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CNN (CNN)National Programming, DMA: 0
Aug 11 2010 7:53AM EDT
Programming Type: Talk News
Est. Households/Views: 373098
Est. Publicity Value: $0 (30 Seconds) $0 (Total)
your a.m. house call. stories about your health and possibility of a breakthrough and the fight against alzheimer's. it is bringing a huge buzz in the medical world. >> new study shows a spinal fluid test can diagnose the disease with near 100% accuracy. we talked about it yesterday. there's still a lot of questions to be answered. let's bring in the man who can answer these questions. our chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta who just happens to be -- we have him as a neurosurgeon. have you done hundreds of spinal tap procedures yourself. show us how it works. >> yeah. this is the procedure people are talking about with regard to trying to do this test for alzheimer's disease. let me show you. i have model over this. it is a model of the spine. this is the front of the spine over here. you see the -- hip bones over here. when you do a spinal tap and women will note what this feels like if they had an epidural during labor. a needle is placed in between a couple of the bones in this area, lower part of the spine. a couple of choices over here. you put that needle right through and in front of the bones and that's where the spinal sack is. that needle opens up that spinal sack and that's where you get that fluid. that cerebral spinal fluid people are talking about. that's a spinal tap and called a lumbar puncture, tically takes 10 to 15 minutes or so. and costs anywhere between $300 and $500. that's what happens. lot of times you don't have to be at rest for a little bit after the procedure. send that fluid off and that's how you get the test results. >> you explained it is a little bit more of an involved procedure than getting a blood test. so people were weighing in about that with questions. nate wrote on our blog saying that's a well and good. are you going to conduct a spinal tap ovary middle-aged person that complains of mild memory loss. who may be at risk at get thing procedure. >> it is a very fair point. it is one point, we are obviously reporting this as it is happening. this is a very important study that was conducted. and it is going to need to be duplicated. you know alet of people have a lot of faith in the results so far. after it is duplicated, it may become a more widely available screening test. we are not there yet. this is literal will you unfolding now for the last couple of days. rit now, people wanted to get this test, they can probably go to their doctor and get the spinal tap that i just showed. those tests that -- type of testing is actually pretty readily available in most hospitals. testing for the specific proteins. if you wanted to go to a research center, conducting research because you have some sort of family history, may be able to get it done that way as well. as things stand now it is not a widely available screening test by any means and think over the next several yearsf those studies pan out. >> another viewer writes and asks this question. is your insurance going to pay? now they get to note have you a pre-existing condition. great. >> both good points. first of all, with regard -- we did digging. i spoke to lot of folks. including folks at the alzheimer's association. spinal taps, lumbar punctured procedures are covered for certain things. like trying to rule out meningitis, for example. for this, we are trying to figure out if you have the proteins that might indicate alzheimer's disease, it is probably not going to be covered. the cost about $300 to $500. if it becomes a more widely available screening test, those guidelines may change. and you have a family history or some sort of risk factor, you may be able to get it covered. as far as pre-existing conditions go, you know, we talk about this a lot over the last year or so with regard to health care reform. the way that health care reform is set up by the year 2014, people should not -- adults should not be discriminated against based on pre-existing conditions. you know, if that holds, we get a test like this that comes back positive, it should not be discrimination to get further health insurance or get the costs covered. >> all right. sanjay, a lot of good info. i know this is the time people care very much about and you are coming to explore as well new research becomes available. thanks for joining us this morning. >> any time. thanks. >> we are going to take a quick break. , all right? i don't want you going out on those yet. and leave your phone in your purse, i don't want you texting. >> daddy... ok! ok, here you go. be careful. >> thanks dad. >> and call me--but not while you're driving. we knew this day was coming. that's why we bought a subaru. i'm from t gulf coast.
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KMTR 2010-08-11 06:00:00 UTC
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KMTR NewsSource at 11pm
KMTR (NBC)Eugene, OR DMA: 119
Aug 10 2010 11:00PM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 12398
Est. Publicity Value: $300 (30 Seconds) $600 (Total)
i'm renee mccullough. and i'm ryan cummings. the lane county alzheimer's association thinks the thieves hit sometime sunday night. in tonight's top story: they stole computers, telephones, small fans.. even staplers and pencil sharpeners. +++loc+++ police say somebody left their footprint on the door... when they kicked it in.. at the office on lincoln street. that footprint is now evidence. regional director frank hales says +no confidential information was taken. but, the burglary comes at a difficult time - as the nonprofit gets ready for its upcoming "memory walk" on october 10th. even so, hales says it will not slow them down. (18:26"it's very frustrating to come in on a monday and you're prepare to do your work and you realize you have been burglarized... and you've lost equipment. but within a half hour after making that discovery and with the police on the way.. we had people coming in asking for education and support information.. so we just continue on.") no money was taken. if you saw anything suspicious... call police. in tonight's
Entry #35
KMTR 2010-08-11 01:30:00 UTC
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KMTR NewsSource at 6:30pm
KMTR (NBC)Eugene, OR DMA: 119
Aug 10 2010 6:30PM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 19154
Est. Publicity Value: $299 (30 Seconds) $598 (Total)
games. the change in shuttle schedules - next. ("but the mission we serve comes first.. so we just go around it and continue on.") a eugene nonprofit is trying to pick up the pieces... after thieves broke in... stealing computers... and office supplies... right down to the staplers. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm renee mccullough. and i'm ryan cummings. the lane county alzheimer's association believes the break- in happened sometime sunday night. in tonight's top story: thieves stole computers, telephones, small fans.. even staplers and pencil sharpeners. +++loc+++ police say someone left a big footprint on the door... when they kicked it on, at the office on lincoln street. that footprint is now evidence. regional director, frank hales says +no confidential information was taken. the burglary comes at a difficult time as the nonprofit prepares for the upcoming "memory walk" on october 10th. but, hales says it will not slow them down. (18:26"it's very
Entry #36
KMTR 2010-08-11 00:06:00 UTC
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KMTR NewsSource at 5pm
KMTR (NBC)Eugene, OR DMA: 119
Aug 10 2010 5:06PM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 12684
Est. Publicity Value: $331 (30 Seconds) $662 (Total)
team is heading to the site of the crash. this is not the first deadly crash stevens has been involved in. his wife and several others died in a crash in 1978... we'll look at that on newssource 16 at 5:30... a newssource 16 crimetracker report... a breakin at the lane county alzheimer's association office. +++loc+++ police say somebody kicked in a door some time sunday evening. you can see where the repairs have been made. once inside, the thief, or thieves took computers, laptops, telephones...even staplers. the regional director says +no confidential information was compromised. +++loc+++ the burglary comes at a difficult time as they are preparing for the upcoming memory walk. that portion of the story, and how you can help, coming up on newssource 16 at 5:30. oregon colleges are getting a multi- million dollar boost from the federal government. and the purpose of the extra funding --- - is for schools to develop programs for disadvantaged students. the money will be divvied up among 15 oregon universities and colleges. -the university of oregon will receive more than 540-thousand dollars. -lane community college gets more than 219-thousand.
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WBNS 2010-08-10 21:46:00 UTC
WBNS 2010-08-10 21:46:00 UTC
Direct Link
10TV News HD at 5PM
WBNS (CBS)Columbus, OH DMA: 34
Aug 10 2010 5:46PM EDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 98213
Est. Publicity Value: $1372 (30 Seconds) $5488 (Total)
alzheimer's disease, would you consider taking it? scientists now say a there is a spinal fluid test that can do that-- with 100 percent accuracy. 20-25 a new test highlighted in the archives of neurology may help identify the disease earlier using spinal fluid...with estimates that one in eight americans developing alzheimer's disease, doctors-- jeffrey milks at riverside hospital's family practice center-- say spinal testing could be a great tool. "we insert the needle into the spinal canal where we are able to take off some fluid and then that fluid can be analyzed for these abnormal proteins that show up with alzheimer's disease." researchers report the spinal fluid test can be 100-percent accurate. the test is being hailed as a long overdue development in the fight against a progressive disease. "if we can identify people early on 4:03 more likely we're going to be able to find better treatments we may even abe to find a cure, the actual cause i and be able to intervene." still doctors caution the difficulty ahead for patients will be in deciding whether you really want to know if alzheimer's is in your future. "i mean some people might not want to know they have alzheimer's because our treatment is still fairly mediocre at this time and it is an incurable disease. alzheimer's is still fatal if it lasts long enough.." the central ohio chapter of the alzheimer's association says "real world" confirmation of the study in cognitively normal participants who can be followed for 10 years or more would strengthen its belief in the study's findings. anchors adlib toss to chris bradley toss to chris bradley live in powell for the sunny 95 block party ten t-v is teaming up with the columbus dispatch and columbus jobs
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WGBA 2010-08-10 16:24:00 UTC
WGBA 2010-08-10 16:24:00 UTC
WGBA 2010-08-10 16:24:00 UTC
WGBA 2010-08-10 16:24:00 UTC
WGBA 2010-08-10 16:24:00 UTC
Direct Link
NBC26 Morning Blend
WGBA (NBC)Green Bay, WI DMA: 70
Aug 10 2010 11:24AM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 1634
Est. Publicity Value: $20 (30 Seconds) $200 (Total)
>>> welcome. scientists from all over the world met to report new research about treatment risk factors and diagnosis of alzheimer's. >> with aging baby boomers researchers now expect 16 million americans will have alzheimer's in the year 2050. mary ann vance is with us from the alzheimer's association. hi, mary ann. >> it is a bad number. >> it is. and it is growing. we are doing all we can to reduce the risk of alzheimer's for people and to help with research. alzheimer's is the number one private funder of alzheimer's research and international conference on alzheimer's disease you mentioned and the best and brightest minds gather to share information to end alzheimer's. >> that's the mission of aleimer's association is to tend. >> absolutely. >> and hopefully find a cure. >> absolutely. >> we have a three-pronged approach to our mission. obviously research number one. we want to end the disease. >> right. >> we have two other big pushes. one of them is to focus on providing care and support for those who are impacted by the disease. >> right. >> also we want to promote brain health and reduce the risk of dementia. >>> do you support those living with loved ones. >> absolutely. >> what is there for them. >> i would just tell you that's what i am most proud of. >> the alzheimer's association has a 26 hour, 7 days a week, 365 days a year help line. if you are home for a holiday and with your family labor day and say gee, mom is acting funny. dad is not right. he is confused. he is having problem finding things and mom can't follow the recipe she used to follow. what's going on. call the 24/7 hotline and talk to master social workers who will give you information and kinda lead you in the right direction. we have support groups and training and education. lots of support for people dealing this disease. we want you to call us. >> this is a reality for many of us here. i read some 50,000 people in southeastern wisconsin are living with alzheimer's now. >> absolutely. >> think then, families impacted. multiply that by 2, 3. we are dealing with that in our family. >> it is a difficult disease but we provide help and hope for people suffering from it. >> with the aging population and numbers are going up and the baby boomers. what is a defing characteristics? it is not basic forgetfulness. >> right. >> it is beyond that. >> what are some of the things that signify dementia coming on for people. >> we have 10 warning signs. can you go to the web site at alz.org. it is things that disrupt daily life. confusion. time and place. not taking their medications and thinking they did. believing that, you know, today is tuesday. >> no. it is wednesday. and having problems with that. >> there's a number of warning signs. i tell people go to the web site. there's so much information on the web site. or call us. but those are warning signs. >> help line for loved ones calling and saying is this normal aging memory loss or how do you know where that line is and there's a different problem here. >> right. >> it is for everyone who wants to call in. >> we have seen a huge uptick in calls because of the press coming without alzheimer's. it is for anyone with concerns and people with a diagnosis of alzheimer's. maybe an early diagnosis and they are like what do i do? how do i get help? it is isolating. there's a stigma to it. >> it is devastating. >> absolutely. >> we just want to say we are here for you and here to help. 90% of our services are free of charge. give us a call. join a support group and get some help. we don't want anyone to face this alone. >>> yeah. >> of the things you were talking about, support groups and call line, what services are you seeing people in our community really needing from you. >> one of the things we are finding is people are needing care consultations. >> say you have a family and one person thinks you should do this and the other person thinks you should do this. >> come into our office and schedule an appointment. we can help map out a strategy and give options. >> care consultations are up. truly, shocking to me. last year we provided 24,000 points of service in this area. this past year. 28,000. >> so it is quite an uptick in
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WTMJ 2010-08-10 14:25:00 UTC
WTMJ 2010-08-10 14:25:00 UTC
WTMJ 2010-08-10 14:25:00 UTC
WTMJ 2010-08-10 14:25:00 UTC
WTMJ 2010-08-10 14:25:00 UTC
Direct Link
Morning Blend
WTMJ (NBC)Milwaukee, WI DMA: 35
Aug 10 2010 9:25AM CDT
Programming Type: News Interview Variety
Est. Households/Views: 14779
Est. Publicity Value: $68 (30 Seconds) $680 (Total)
xp16 million americans will havecail alzheimer's in the year 2050. mary ann vance i s with ush from the alzheimer's association. hi, mary ann. >> it is a bad number. >> it is. and it is growing. we are doingre allng we can to reduce the risk of alzheimer's for people and to help with research . alzheimer's is the number one private funder of alzheimer's research and international conference on alzheimer's disease you mentioned and the best and brightestst minds gather he to shareha informationma to end alzheimer's. >> that's thet'he mission of alzheimer's association is to tend. >> absolutely. >> and>> hopefully find a cure. >> absolutely. >> we have a three-pronged approach to our mission. obviously research number one. we want to end the disease. >> right. >> we have two otherwo big pushes. one of them is to focus on providing care and support for those who are impacted by the disease. >> right. >> also we want to promote brain health and reduce the risk of dementia. >>> do you support those y living with loved ones. >> absolutely. ol >> what is there for them. >> i would just tell y that's what i am most proud of. >> the alzheimer's association has a 26 hour, 7 days a week, 365 days a year help line. if you are home for a holiday and with your family labor day and say gee, mom is acting funny. dad is not right. he is confused. he is having problem finding things and mom can't follow the recipe she used to follow. what's going on. call the 24/7 hotline and talk to master social workers who will give you information and kinda lead you in the right direction. we have support groups and training and education. lots of support for people dealing ts disease. we wan t you to cweall us. u >> this is a reality for many of us here. i read some 50,000 peoplen southeastern wisconsin are living with alzheimer'she's now. >> absolutely. >> think about, then, families impacted. multiply that by 2, 3. we are dealing with that in our family. >> it is a difficult disease but we provide helpdeel and hope for people suffering from it. >> with the aging populationop and numbers are going up and the baby boomers. what is a defing characteristics? it is n ot basic forgetfulness. >> right. >> it is beyond that. >> what are some of the things that signify dementia coming on for people. >> we have 10 warning signs. can you go to the web site at alz.org. it is things that disrupt daily life. confusion. time and place. not taking their medications and thinking they did. believing that, you know, today is tuesday. >> no. it is wednesday. and having problems with that. >> there's a number of warning signs. i tell people go to the web site. there's so much information on the webe site. or call us. but those are warning signs. >> help line for lovedor ones calling and saying is this normal aging memory loss or how o do you know where that line is and there's a different problem here. >> right. >> it is for everyone who wants to call in. >> we have seen a huge uptick in calls because of the press coming without alzheimer's. it is for anyone with concerns and people with a diagnosis of alzheimer's. maybe an early diagnosis and they are like w ahat do i do? d how do i get help? it is isolating. there's a stigma to a it. >> it is devastating. >> absolutely. >> we just want to say we are here for you and here to help. 90% of our services are free of charge. give us a call. join a support group and get some help. we don't want anyonean to face f this alone. >>> yeah.ea >> of the things t you were talking about, support groups and call line, what services are you seeing s people in our community really needing from you. >> one of the things we are finding is people are needing care consultations. >> say you have a family and one person thinks you should do this and the other person thinks you should do this. >> come into our office and schedule an appointment. we can help map out a strategy and give options. >> care consultations are up. truly, shocking to me. last year we provided 24,000 points of service in this area. this past year. 28,000. >> so it is quite an uptick inic services that we are providing. and we just want people to know k to come to us. we are here for you. >> that's a good thing. >> absolutely. >> what's the latest inat research. is there hope inside and outside o the laboratory. >> great question. io >> because of that b isenternational conference on alzheimer's disease. we always get repts onts what's happening. ha some of the things that are really hitting the news righthe now, w e are making headway in the di agnostic side. ic we are a having an opportunity see
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KMTR 2010-08-10 06:08:00 UTC
KMTR 2010-08-10 06:08:00 UTC
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KMTR NewsSource at 11pm
KMTR (NBC)Eugene, OR DMA: 119
Aug 09 2010 11:08PM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 11576
Est. Publicity Value: $290 (30 Seconds) $1160 (Total)
smoking in oregon... but, that doesn't include people with low incomes. a new "state department of human services" report says smoking among lower-income people "has stubbornly remained at around 35 percent. " but overall... the smoking rate dropped seven percent from 1996 to 2007. meantime, no more e-cigarette sales in oregon... for one manufacturer. "smoking everywhere" makes cigarettes, with a battery- powered heating element.... and a plastic cartridge, that has a number of chemicals, including liquid nicotine. oregon's attorney general says the company didn't ask for f-d-a approval... and there's no evidence to support claims, that "e- cigarettes" are a safe alternative to traditional tobacco products. it's a good start to the week - while helping the alzheimer's association. "memory walk mondays" is a partnership between fast lane coffee, and elderhealth and living... which is a care facility for people with memory loss. every monday, until october - you can print out a flier at our website... and take it to fast lane coffee... for a latte. fifty percent of sales will go to this year's memory walk at alton baker park. (we really have great support service here and a lot of that is due to this fundraiser so we hope everyone will come out and walk, and support in any way even if just by drinking coffee.) the walk is set for october 10th. fast lane coffee on 57th and main in springfield, and the one in the 23- hundred block of west 11th in eugene. .. are taking part. river roofing is at it again with their "nominate a neighbor in need" campaign. in tonight's local lutions.... raising spirits, by raising the roof. the company, along with allied building and owen's corning - looked at dozens of nominations... and chose two homeowners in desperate need of a new roof. a couple in cottage grove, and a single mom in eugene. the owner says it was tough to pick a family... but an easy decision to help. ++dave++ (this year was even harder than last year so we picked two and next year we're going to try
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WREG 2010-08-10 03:11:00 UTC
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WREG News Channel 3 at 10:00
WREG (CBS)Memphis, TN DMA: 50
Aug 09 2010 10:11PM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 97670
Est. Publicity Value: $1668 (30 Seconds) $3336 (Total)
officer caught the two drinking and having sex in d the woods.. there was also a third person involved... but.. his citation has not yet been filed. elvis fans from all over thero l world are in memphis this week.. to celebrate what would have been the king's 75enth birthday. elvis week draws 30-to 40- thousand people every year. it ends sunday with the annual candlelight vigil. events kick off tomorrow.. with an elvis fan reception at the med.. from 10:00 a.m. to noon. fans get a chance to tour the elvis presley memorial trauma center. then don't miss "shake, rattle & roll".. at the shell from 7pm to 10:00. the former overton shell is where elvis played one of his first concerts. all the money raised benefits the alzheimer's association the mid-south continues to be smothered by dangerously hot temperatures. jim will be along with our ng chances of a cooling rain shower. plus.. coming up.. an escaped killer is back behind bars. but.. not before he shows up at probably
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WJKT 2010-08-10 02:40:00 UTC
Direct Link
Eyewitness News Everywhere at 9
WJKT (Fox)Jackson, TN DMA: 173
Aug 09 2010 9:40PM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 1679
Est. Publicity Value: $149 (30 Seconds) $298 (Total)
then tomorrow night, fans can ghenjoy a concert by elvis tribute artist donny edwards. "shake rattle and roll" begins at seven at the levitt shell in overton park. the shell is where elvis played one of his first concerts. proceeds from the concert benefit the alzheimer's association. for a complete list of elvis week activities, visit my eyewitness news dot com. click "find it" for a link. weather open en
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KMTR 2010-08-10 01:42:00 UTC
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KMTR NewsSource at 6:30pm
KMTR (NBC)Eugene, OR DMA: 119
Aug 09 2010 6:42PM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 19725
Est. Publicity Value: $267 (30 Seconds) $534 (Total)
food that they've eaten, or products that are used for personal care products, as well as products that could be used at their homes.") researchers are now looking to see if environmental exposures could play a part. it's a good start to the week - while helping the alzheimer's association. "memory walk mondays" is a partnership between fast lane coffee, and elderhealth and living... which is a care facility for people with memory loss. every monday, until october - you can print out a flier, and take it to fast lane coffee... for a latte. fifty percent of sales will go to this year's memory walk at alton baker park. (we really have great support service here and a lot of that is due to this fundraiser so we hope everyone will come out and walk, and support in any way even if just by drinking coffee.) the walk is set for october 10th. fa lane coffee on 57th and main in springfield, and the one in the 23-hundred block of west 11th in eugene... are taking part. you +do need a flier though - and you can print one out at our website.. . just click on news links.
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KMTR 2010-08-10 00:40:00 UTC
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KMTR NewsSource at 5:30pm
KMTR (NBC)Eugene, OR DMA: 119
Aug 09 2010 5:40PM PDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 11766
Est. Publicity Value: $214 (30 Seconds) $428 (Total)
supplies needed to send their kids back to school-- just isn't in the budget. kmtr newssource 16 is teaming up with st. vincent de paul to help families in need. we're hoping to collect enough money and supplies to fill three- thousand backpacks. you can drop off school supplies at any bi-mart or jerry's home improvement store. or buy a paper backpack aany oregon community credit union or st. vincent de paul thrift store. attention coffee drinkers...a fundraiser just for you... best of all, it's happening tonight... and "every" monday until october. "memory walk mondays" benefit the alzheimer's association. this is a partnership between fast lane coffee, and elderhealth and living... a care facility for people with memory loss. by printing out a flier and taking it to fast lane coffee. fifty percent of sales will go to the memory walk on october 10th at alton baker park. (we really have great support service here and a lot of that is due to this fundraiser so we hope everyone will come out and walk, and support in any way even if just by drinking
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WDAF 2010-08-09 22:24:00 UTC
WDAF 2010-08-09 22:24:00 UTC
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FOX 4 at 5 PM
WDAF (Fox)Kansas City, MO DMA: 32
Aug 09 2010 5:24PM CDT
Programming Type: News
Est. Households/Views: 65668
Est. Publicity Value: $2851 (30 Seconds) $11404 (Total)
a new study could put more focus on waistlines -- according to its authors. researchers spent nine-years studying tens of thousands of men and women over age 50. they found women with a waistline of 42-inches or larger were more than twice as likely to die during the study period. researchers say men with a waist of more than 47-inches were also more likely to die from any cause over the same nine-years. looking at spinal fluid could help predict who will get alzheimer's disease. this video -- from the alzheimer's association. researchers found three biomarkers were present in the fluid of 90 percent of people with alzheimer's. the biomarkers were also found in most with mild memory impairment and in a third of the normal older adults. that suggests spinal fluid could be used to help predict who's at risk -- so treatment could be started early. girls may be growing up even quicker than you think! researchers say girls in the u s are hitting puberty at earlier ages. they found ten- percent of caucasian girls started developing breasts by age seven. researchers say that compares to just five-percent in 19-97. when it comes to african american girls, researchers say 23-percent are developing by age seven. it was 15-percent in 19-97. researchers say being overweight is a factor in early puberty. on fox 4 news at nine -- improving medical care for the tiniest patients. find out what the 100-thousand babies campaign is. meryl lin mckean, fox 4 news, working for you. this isn't your ordinary
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