Iowa state representative Henry Rayhons, a Republican, was arrested over the weekend for having sex with his mentally incapacitated wife after a judge instructed him not to. Police told the Des Moines Register that Rayhons "abused his wife in May at the nursing home where she lived." Donna Rayhons suffered from Alzheimer's disease, and she died earlier this month.
Yesterday Seth Rogen testified before a Senate subcommittee to raise awareness for Alzheimer's. Today, he's trying to expose the theatrics of the whole endeavor: although elected officials filled the room to network and get a photo with the actor, only two senators stuck around to actually hear what he had to say.
Yesterday, Seth Rogen testified before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health, and Human Services to raise awareness about Alzheimer's Disease, from which his mother-in-law suffers. The testimony was, of course, hilarious but it was also surprisingly touching.
All right so this isn't exactly an audition tape per se, but it is about as close you're about to get to Samuel L. Jackson playing Walter White so quit acting like this isn't the best thing you're going to see today.
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As if it wasn't annoying enough that you have hang your head in shame every time a cold sore appears on your lip: According to a new study, the herpes simplex virus is a possible cause of Alzheimer's, too. But at least Katie Holmes will one day have a great excuse for forgetting about those years she spent as Mrs. Tom Cruise. [NYDN]