Sunday, April 13, 2014

CBS Sunday Morning on April 13, 2014.

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for April 13, 2014. Cover story on Alzheimers disease. Medical researchers have made progress, but not so much in Alzheimers. Mo Rocca does cover story. 5 million Americans are afflicted. Family in Colombia. "The Longest Journey." Second, Lee Cowan on stunt performers. Taking the fall. Third, Pharrell Williams. Anthony Mason on Williams' trademark happiness. Fourth, Matzo. Nancy Giles. Streit's Matzo factory. Fifth, Dean Reynolds, train ride. Martha Teichner, Steve Hartman. Headlines, April 13, 2014. FedEx tractor trailer accident, 10 people died. Holy Week at Vatican. First anniversay of Boston explosions. Jordan Spieth at Masters. Weather: severe thunderstorms. Snow in Wyoming and Colorado.

Researchers may be turning a corner. City of Medellin, Colombia having a family with Alzheimers. Early onset Alzheimers is hereditary. This accounts for about 5% of Alzheimers. Alzheimers affects 1 in 8 over 65. By 2050, 16 million Americans.
will have. Dr. Adam Fleischer on amyloid protein. Dr. Francisco Lopera in Colombia. Dr. Eric Reiman of Banner Alzheimer's Institute in Phoenix.
Pulse: 40% think a cure for Alzheimers is "somewhat likely" in their lifetime.

Almanac. April 13, 1570. Guy Fawkes. Nov. 5, 1605. V for Vendetta.

Martha Teichner on architect Moshe Safdie. Marina Bay Resort in Singapore. Habitat 67 in Montreal ( located at 2600 Avenue Pierre-Dupuy on the Marc-Drouin Quay next to the Saint Lawrence River ). An idea whose time has yet to come. Mention of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas.

Nancy Giles on matzos. Streits Matzo Factory, in business since 1925. Allan Adler.

train travel.

Mustang car.

Stunt men.

Opinion. Conor Nighton on final season of Mad Men being in two parts. The Hunger Games

Week ahead. 75th anniversary of Grapes of Wrath. Thursday: Victoria Beckham, 40th birthday.

Next week: Pope.

Moment of nature. Wild horses at Rachel Carson preserve near Beaufort, North Carolina. [ Across Taylor’s Creek from the Beaufort waterfront is a complex of islands that compose the Rachel Carson site. The islands at the western end of the site, Carrot Island, Town Marsh, Bird Shoal, and Horse Island, are more than three miles long and less than a mile wide, covering 2,025 acres. ]


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