Wednesday, May 20

The Big Question - When to stop driving?

When your drowsy

Published on Aug 18, 2014   

Good drivers are alert, think clearly, and make good decisions. When the person with Alzheimer's disease is not able to do these things, he or she should stop driving.
"When you are sleep deprived; the symptoms are

the same."


The Whispering Mind - The Enduring Conundrum of Consciousness

Published on Jan 24, 2014
It's an old question: what is consciousness? Today, sophisticated brain imaging technologies, clinical studies, as well as the newfound ability to listen to the whisper of even an individual nerve cell, are bringing scientists closer than ever to the neurobiological basis of consciousness. Join some of the world's leading researchers who are primed to determine if Homo sapiens are the only conscious species, if consciousness lives only within our brain or also outside of it, and ultimately, the fundamental biochemical processes underlying the life of the mind. Watch similar programs at



Blood Test to Early Diagnose Alzheimer`s Disease - Science

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Published on Jul 11, 2014
Researchers at King's College London and Oxford University say that, in trials, they can identify the Alzheimer`s disease in 87 percent of cases.



How is Alzheimer's disease diagnosed

Don at 82 is writing his book and
building his blog.
His lunch hour is at Midnight and
He sleeps 10 hours each day
He eats all his meals at Tim Hortons.
He has no signs of  cognitive impairment.

Published on Aug 18, 2014
Emory University.
Learn about the latest breakthroughs in research and advanced imaging methods to detect and treat cognitive impairment.



The Divine Sense of Humor - Venerable Fulton Sheen

Published on Jan 30, 2013
Originally Broadcast in 1959




A 15-Year-Old's Conversion

Published on May 15, 2015
As a teen, Colt was taught the theory of evolution and began
questioning the faith of his parents. He saw faith in Jesus as “just a dry creed” with “no point.”
“We didn’t know he never felt like he was truly saved,” said
Colt’s father.
We hope that Colt’s story will encourage and inspire you to
continue to pray for, and share the gospel with, your lost friends and family members.



The Source of the Corruption - Family Court

Mostly impervious to the eyes of scholars and journalists, family courts are cloaked in secrecy: they are held without jury trials, little is recorded of the proceedings, and many issue orders against discussing the terms of  the case in public - ostensibly to protect the privacy of the family. Recent journalism and research, however, as well as moral activism on the part of whistleblowers, has revealed that family courts have been increasingly, over the last two decades, operating outside the original intent of Title IV-D.
The result is the corruption of the judiciary.