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Vocal Point: Memory Matters – Watch Here!

Posted  November 20, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Alzheimer’s disease:  a progressive disorder that attacks the brain’s nerve cells resulting in memory loss and other devastating changes. As our population ages, Alzheimer’s affects a greater percentage of Americans. On the next Vocal Point, we’ll examine the disease, the impact on its victims, and the caregivers that provide for them.

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ALZHEIMER’S INFORMATION & CAREGIVERS WEBSITES & CONTACTS:

Posted  November 17, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Lifematters: email: info@lifemattersusa.com Toll free 24/7 Helpline –800-293-8973  Local Area Agency General Assistance: http://www.n4a.orgElder  Care Locator: http://www.Eldercare.gov/eldercare.net/public/index.aspx Phone – 800-677-1116  Caring.com: http://www.Caring.com/steps-stages/alzheimer’s  Day Respite Services: http://Archrespite.org/respistelocator  Next Step in Care: http://www.nextstepincare.org/caregiver_homeCaregiver  Support for Veterans: http://caregiver.va.gov/index.asp – Toll free helpline – 855–260-3274 Alzheimer’s Foundation of America: http://www.alzfdn.org/ Toll free 24/7 Helpline — 866-232-8484 Alzheimer’s Association® National […]

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Dr. Sebi on the Rock Newman Show

Posted  October 21, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Dr. Sebi is a pathologist, herbalist, biochemist, and naturalist. He has studied and personally observed herbs in America, Latin America, Africa, and the Caribbean, and has developed a unique approach to healing with herbs that is firmly rooted in over 30 years of practical experience. Dr. Sebi was born Alfredo Bowman on November 26, 1933, […]

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Watch Here! The Daily Drum Special – Housing and Education… Equality for ALL

Posted  October 16, 2015  by  WHUT Howard University Television

More than 60 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that segregated schools were unconstitutional and nearly 50 years after Congress passed the Fair Housing Act, communities across the United States continue to be divided along racial lines.  Can racial balance truly be achieved in housing and schools fairly in America? WHUR 96.3FM, HUR-Voices SiriusXM […]

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