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Annual trips include costly painted coolers It's that time of year when the leaves are starting to change color and temperatures have cooled below 80 degrees, and for many students at USC this means it's time to head to the mountains."Mountain Weekend" has become a popular tradition for many fraternities, and the experience is perhaps best symbolized by the painted coolers that are brought along.
In light of the ongoing Alzheimer's Awareness Month, Jan Merling of USC's Office for the Study of Aging in the Arnold School of Public Health spoke with The Daily Gamecock about how to care for loved ones who have the disease.It is estimated that 5.2 million people in the United States currently live with Alzheimer's disease, and this number is expected to grow over the next several years. Merling trains people on how to care for individuals with this disease and other types of dementia through a program called Dementia Dialogues.