Here's this morning's challenge question: With the 16th Annual Cliff Walk for ALS Fundraiser coming up on Sunday, this one has added significance. According to a division of the CDC, THIS group of people in the U.S. is four times more likely to get Lou Gehrig's disease - and Alzheimer's - than any other segment of the population. What group?
It's PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL PLAYERS.
Some scary stats - researchers examined the autopsies of 334 former players. They found that seven died from Alzheimer’s and another seven from ALS. The average age of the players who died was age 57.
Dawn had read the news story on this a couple of days ago - and her sharp memory's earned her a trip to the Beech Tree Cantina with a $30 gift card from us!