Alzheimer’s disease

Possible Changes Coming To Student Vaccination Rules, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, the state has long been a standards bearer for vaccination rates across the country, but the legislature this year passed a bill to loosen restrictions for certain students in the state. But it has one final hurdle to clear before it’s implemented.

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Justice Veto Of Alzheimer’s Research Funding Draws Ire

A bill Gov. Jim Justice vetoed last week would have helped fund research to treat Alzheimer’s Disease, substance use disorder and more.

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Lawmakers Discuss Bill That Would Bring Changes To Legislative Auditor’s Office

On this episode of The Legislature Today, the Legislative Auditor is a department under the West Virginia Legislature tasked with auditing offices under the executive branch. There is a bill making its way through the legislature that some say will “defang” the work done by the department while others say the bill strengthens it.

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Safeguarding Against Winter Wandering In People With Dementia

In light of recent winter weather, national and local dementia specialists encourage caretakers to reinforce safety precautions for loved ones who are prone to wandering.

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