Arnab Goswami on Times Now posited that '...you are more dangerous to this country than Maoist terrorists.' On his Newshour programme, Goswami can be heard repeatedly asking Sambit Patra of the BJP to 'show the video, show the video.' He then turns to a guest, Anand Kumar from the JNU, and says, 'You are the one who is defending him. If this video is correct, then what are you going to say now?' … [Read more...] about Time for better sense to prevail
The symptoms of Alzheimer’s appear very slowly but progress steadily. A few symptoms may start with memory loss and disturbance of recent activities such as forgetting what they have eaten or where they had gone the same morning or a day earlier, though very old memories of which school they went to, childhood days etc. are remembered well. The above symptoms will be followed gradually by no recall of words or forgetting correct pronunciation. Patients will also not comprehend what they have spoken or what others say. Due to complex changes occurring in the brain, some people may see or hear things. Hallucinations can involve hearing, seeing, smelling, or feeling things that are imaginary. The patient may also suffer from delusions or false beliefs that the person thinks are real. For example, the patient may think the family, or the nurse is out to harm or kill her/him. In extreme cases, paranoia may occur where a person may believe that well-wishers or family members are mean, … [Read more...] about Is your loved one at risk of Alzheimer’s?