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Thursday, August 20, 2020

Former Team Six member Robert J. O'Neill wrote Thursday on Twitter that he had been banned for posting a since-deleted photo Wednesday of himself on a Delta flight without a "dumb ass" mask, saying he wasn't wearing one because "I'm not a p"y." read more

Thursday, August 13, 2020

The challenges of in-person learning continued in Georgia as one of the earliest districts to begin the school year reported more than 900 students and staff were quarantined and a high school was closed as administrators try to contain the rapidly growing number of COVID-19 cases. Cherokee County announced Tuesday that Etowah High School would close until Aug. 31.

Saturday, August 08, 2020

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump abruptly ended a Saturday news conference after a reporter challenged him on a lie about veterans health care he has told more than 150 times. Trump, speaking at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club, had claimed again that he is the one who got the Veterans Choice program passed -- adding, "They've been trying to get that passed for decades and decades and decades and no president's ever been able to do it, and we got it done." read more

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Since last week, the small, rural northwestern US state of Idaho has been racking up 500 new coronavirus cases a day -- a sign of the exponential spread of the disease across the country. read more

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

WASHINGTON " As the rest of the nation endures missed appointments with their hairdressers and beauticians, President Trump has also started sporting a more natural look. At a briefing in the Rose Garden on Tuesday, the president emerged from the Oval Office with his signature pompadour exhibiting a distinctly more silver-gray hue.


He behaves like a person with multi-infarct dementia. Paranoid delusions can be a feature.


Don't forget Lewy Body dementia...

Visual hallucinations. Hallucinations may be one of the first symptoms, and they often recur. They may include seeing shapes, animals or people that aren't there. Sound (auditory), smell (olfactory) or touch (tactile) hallucinations are possible.

Movement disorders. Signs of Parkinson's disease (parkinsonian signs), such as slowed movement, rigid muscles, tremor or a shuffling walk may occur. This can also result in falls.

Poor regulation of body functions (autonomic nervous system). Blood pressure, pulse, sweating and the digestive process are regulated by a part of the nervous system that is often affected by Lewy body dementia. This can result in dizziness, falls and bowel issues such as constipation.

Cognitive problems. You may experience thinking (cognitive) problems similar to those of Alzheimer's disease, such as confusion, poor attention, visual-spatial problems and memory loss.

Sleep difficulties. You may have rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder, which can cause you to physically act out your dreams while you're asleep.

Fluctuating attention. Episodes of drowsiness, long periods of staring into space, long naps during the day or disorganized speech are possible.

Depression. You may experience depression sometime during the course of your illness.

Apathy. You may have loss of motivation.

Sound like any president you know?

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