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Archive: July 9, 2013

John and Mary Ann Becklenberg will be appearing July 24th in Merrillville, Indiana, at an AARP Caregiver Connect session. Mary Ann Becklenberg was diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer's disease in 2006. Seven years later, her diagnosis remains the same.

INDIANAPOLIS - Mary Ann Becklenberg was diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer's disease back in 2006. She and her husband, John, will be appearing later this month in an AARP Indiana Caregiver Connect session. Mary Ann Becklenberg had been working as a hospice social worker when she was diagnosed. ...Read More

Pregnant pigs are confined in gestation crates too small to turn around in. Photo Credit: Humane Society of The United States

BOSTON - More than 175 Massachusetts veterinarians have signed a letter to be presented to state legislators asking them to support The Act to Prevent Farm Animal Cruelty. At the heart of the issue are confinement crates for calves and gestation crates used for pregnant pigs. According to Dr. Barr ...Read More

PHOTO: Maryland Congresswoman Donna Edwards wants to boost NASA's budget, and rally the nation behind a manned mission to Mars. Photo Credit: www.nasa.gov

GREENBELT, Md. - The Red Planet is hot these days. With more than a million followers on Twitter for the Mars rover Curiosity, Maryland Congresswoman Donna Edwards declared it's time to send people there to get a closer look. As the ranking member of the House space subcommittee, Edwards said Monday ...Read More

PHOTO: Barges are carrying mined oyster shells to public oyster grounds in the James River, as well as in Mobjack Bay, the York River and off Tangier Island. Photo credit: Natural Resources Secretary Doug Domenech

RICHMOND, Va. - It's the largest oyster-replenishment project in Virginia history. Barges carrying more than a billion fossilized oyster shells are being floated down the James River so the shells can be planted on some of the historically best grounds for growing new oysters, to provide habitat for ...Read More

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