When country-music legend Glen Campbell and his wife, Kim, revealed in 2011 that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, he was hailed as a man of courage and a role model for everyone living under the shadow of the memory-robbing condition.
It had all the makings of a doleful country song - a heartbroken young woman watching her father's memories slip away from Alzheimer's Disease.
Twenty-three year old Adele may have been the night's big winner, but older musicians held their own at Sunday's Grammy Awards. From Glen Campbell to Sir Paul, the Beach Boys to the Boss, music vets rocked the stage and turned in some of the best of the night's many live performances.
Is the "apple of the earth" bad for you? Potatoes, the go-to starch for many Americans, can add pounds over time, a new Harvard study reveals. In fact one extra serving "was found to cause more weight gain than downing an additional 12-ounce can of a sugary drink or taking an extra helping of red or processed meats." The study, published in today's New England Journal of Medicine, also examined how losing weight isn't as simple as "eat less, exercise more." The types of foods - it lists the best and worst foods - and a person's body type have to be considered. This is the first time research breaks down how individual foods can affect weight - down to the pound.
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