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Leading Theory of Alzheimer’s is Wrong! Professor Reveals Real Cause:

Perhaps you’re aware that big-pharma and conventional medicine, together with governmental agencies, have spent hundreds of millions of dollars pursuing an Alzheimer’s hypothesis called the [...]

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OurGift2U: Thrive Article Recording

This is a brand-new, short recording of ARPF President Dr. Khalsa reading his recent article that was published in Thrive Global. Thrive Global, founded by Ariana Huffington, is an internet based [...]

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Landmark Study Backs Our Research

Since 2009, our research partners in Sweden and Finland have been investigating the effects that nutritional guidance, exercise, cognitive training, and social stimulation have on preventing [...]

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UCLA Study Finds Kirtan Kriva a Success

In yet another landmark study, the benefits that Kirtan Kriva has on memory and overall wellbeing have been tried and tested true.  ARPF sponsored UCLA’s Department of Psychiatry in a study that [...]

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Remember to Relax

Five million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s, two-thirds of which are women.  Scientists postulate that decreased memory function is caused by changes in hormones and estrogen as a women ages. [...]

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ARPF 2015 Annual Report

Curious about the impact of the work of Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation? Check out our 2015 Annual Report. (Click image to enlarge)

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Family Night Out at Portillo’s in Support of ARPF

The team at Portillo’s Restaurants recognizes that Alzheimer’s Disease is sadly becoming more prevalent and has reached out to support Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation. [...]

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Stand Up for Your Memory for Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Imagine a life without Alzheimer’s. Where your mother, father, loved ones, or you don’t have to worry who will be next.  Every 68 seconds, someone is diagnosed with this horrible [...]

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Alzheimer’s May Be the 4th Leading Cause of Death By 2030

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Alzheimer’s will be the 4th and 5th biggest killing disease in the Americas and Europe respectively in 2030. New infographics from Medigo [...]

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Plaques, Tangles and Your Memory

A new study in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry establishes a connection between lifestyle factors (like physical fitness and diet) and the presence of key neural indicators of [...]