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American Academy of Neurology Guidelines for Alzheimers

The American Academy of Neurology has issued a new guideline to help determine when people with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia should stop driving. The guideline advises caregivers to watch for warning signs including: crashes, traffic tickets, avoiding driving at night or in rain and an impulsive personality. To learn more or to find a neurologist […] Read more

American Bar Association

Join the American Bar Association to stay current on legal developments, earn CLE credit, and enjoy exclusive savings. The ABA offers expertise on a national scope, career and practice advice, networking opportunities with legal professionals from across the U.S., and much more. As a lawyer licensed to practice in the one of the states, territories, […] Read more

American Cancer Society

If you think just one person can’t make a difference, consider your American Cancer Society. You’ll find out about our patient services that help thousands every year. Call 1-800-ACS-2345. You’ll get a support system that’s human and caring, one person at a time […] Read more

American Cancer Society 2

It’s tough to quit smoking. Just ask any of the 50 million Americans who continue to puff away, even though they know the toll it takes on health and longevity. When it comes to breaking this lethal habit, the most effective tool is willpower. The American Cancer Society now offers a free video for those […] Read more

American Cancer Society 3

Ask one of the 3 million Americans who’ve survived cancer, if the money spent on research is worth it. Please help […] Read more

American Intercultural Student Exchange

American Intercultural Student Exchange is seeking families like yours to host exchange students. Each year, thousands of caring U.S. families host more than 2,000 AISE exchange students. It’s an exciting way to meet people from around the world. Students spend a school year with an American family. They speak English, have their own spending money […] Read more

Americans For The Arts

There’s just not enough Art in our Schools. No wonder people think Louis Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon. It’s a long way from the Apollo Theatre to the Apollo program, but for Louis Armstrong giant leaps for mankind were simply a matter of course. For more information about the benefits […] Read more

Anheiser Busch

These are our kids. And just like your kids, it seems what we tell them goes in one ear and out the other. But guess what! When it comes to making a tough decision like whether or not to drink, kids say parents have more influence than anyone. So talk to your kids. Let’s work […] Read more

Anti-Drug Campaign

My boy Jimmy is quite a kid. The star athlete in his class, a straight-A student, just about the best son a father could ask for. But last week, he lost his best friend Tom … to drugs. Even good kids like Jimmy and Tommy can make bad decisions. Stay off drugs. Make the rest […] Read more

Anti-drug campaign 2

At 4:00 my kid will be at (leave a beat of silence here). If you can’t fill in the blank, you need to start asking your kid questions. It’s a proven way to steer kids clear of drugs. It’s not pestering. It’s parenting. This message sponsored by the Anti-Drug Campaign […] Read more