Working Towards Prevention Since 1993    3rd Quarter, 2016  
Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation
OUR MISSION
The Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Foundation (ARPF) is dedicated to the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease by funding research studies and providing educational outreach and memory screenings.
INSIDE
On the Cover:
• President’s Message
Page 2:
• Meet Our New Treasurer
• “What It’s Like”
Page 3:
• What Others Are Saying
Page 4:
• 2016 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference
Page 5:
• ARPF Research Update
Page 6-11:
• Donor List – Thank You!
Page 8:
• Help ARPF Go Green!
Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation
OFFICERS AND BOARD MEMBERS
PRESIDENT/MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D.
VICE PRESIDENT
Randal Brooks, MA, LPC
TREASURER Silvia Serrano, BA, MBA
SECRETARY
Kirti K. Khalsa
MEMBER
Edward Steinfeldt, MA
MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY COUNCIL
Chief Science Officer
George Perry, Ph.D.
Dean and Professor, College of Sciences
University of Texas at San Antonio, TX
Ma Gloria Borras-Boneu, M.D.
GRD Health Institute – Barcelona, Spain
Hiroko H. Dodge, Ph.D.
Kevreson Research Professor of Neurology
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Oregon Health & Science University,
Portland, OR
Karen E. Innes, MSPH, Ph.D.
Western Virginia University School of Public Health – Morgantown, WV
Sat Bir Singh Khalsa, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Brigham and Women’s Hospital – Boston, MA
Miia Kivipelto, M.D., Ph.D.
Aging Research Center and Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Karolinska Institute – Stockholm, Sweden
Helen Lavretsky, M.D., M.S.
Professor, Department of Psychiatry UCLA Semel Institute and Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital – Los Angeles, CA
Arti Prasad, M.D., FACP
Professor of Medicine
Chief, Division of General Internal Medicine
Executive Director, UNM Center for Life Albuquerque, NM
Michelle Sierpina, Ph.D.
Founding Director
UTMB Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning University of Texas Medical Branch – Galveston, TX
“The 4 Pillars of Alzheimer’s Prevention” is published
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Research & Prevention Foundation

THE 4 PILLARS OF ALZHEIMER'S PREVENTION NEWSLETTER

President’s Message
A Tipping Point
Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D., Founding President/Medical DirectorDear Friend,This fall, I’m excited to share some good news with you. Thanks to your generous support, the ARPF has awarded close to $1 million in research grants to prestigious medical schools around the world to fund significant scientific studies on Alzheimer’s prevention.This research has resulted in 20 papers in important medical journals. Your ARPF is helping to shape the international conversation on the holistic or integrative approach to prevention. In fact, recent developments at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in 2016 confirm that there is a movement of researchers and physicians dedicated to preventing dementia and Alzheimer’s.Because of our research partners, we’re sharing this work at the University of New Mexico’s Center for Life, Integrative Medicine training program, at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, at the International Psychogeriatrics Conference; as well as other renowned integrative medicine conferences. Please see the Outreach Update article on Page 4.Thanks to ARPF’s fantastic staff and volunteers, we are also furthering discussions about this research among members of the general public, by being a presence at health fairs across the country and continuing to offer free memory screenings.Please continue to watch this space, as I will be announcing a dynamic project soon. Sign up for our e-newsletter so you can receive important announcements in real time.

These groundbreaking advancements could not have happened without your support. I want to extend a profound Thank You to everyone who has supported our work, whether financially or in other ways. I always take the time to read all the donor names that are published on page 6-11. It’s an honor to be connected with so many generous people who want to make a difference.

As we approach the Season of Giving, please remember ARPF in your year-end, tax-deductible donation; you can also make a Tribute Donation to honor someone special, all of this at www.alzheimersprevention.org.

As always, I look forward to hearing from you with any questions or comments about the 4 Pillars of Alzheimer’s Prevention.

Yours in Brain Health,
Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D.
Founding President/Medical Director


Meet Our New Treasurer
Silvia Serrano, BA, MBA
Silvia Serrano, BA, MBAMrs. Serrano holds an Executive MBA from the University of Miami and a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Barry University. She has worked as Finance Manager, Accounting Manager, Financial Analyst, and Manager of Financial Reporting for corporations like Polaroid, Kodak, United Technologies – Carrier, Leo Burnett and Medtronic Latin America.

Silvia was born in the US in a Colombian family when her father was in the US Air Force. They eventually moved to Bogota, Colombia, where she grew up. After finishing high school, she moved back to Miami, and has been living in South Florida ever since. She worked in corporate America for over 20 years and left her work career to take care of her family and children. She is married and has two children; an 18-year-old daughter, who is just starting college, and a 15-year old son who loves to play basketball. Now that her children are all grown up, she has become a practitioner and teacher of Kundalini Yoga and a Feng Shui Consultant.


What It’s Like — to be the Administrative Assistant at ARPF
by Eileen Pattarozzi
Marilyn Kayler, Customer ServiceOne of the key things I enjoy about working with ARPF is providing information at Health Fairs about brain health, longevity, and dementia prevention. It is important to me to have a personal interaction with those who have dealt with a friend or family member who has the disease, or who are concerned about being diagnosed in the future. It is good to be able to educate the public using our brochures:

The 4 Pillars of Alzheimer’s Prevention, The Power of Brain Aerobics, and Mild Cognitive Impairment & Early Alzheimer’s Disease (also offered for free on our website). They are full of well-presented and scientifically researched information on lifestyle choices that can help prevent dementia. Many times folks just like to share personal experiences with me. The most common concerns that people talk about are the large number of people of all ages with some form of dementia, the cost of care, the loss of independence, while trying not to burden those we love. Others share about family members who have been recently diagnosed and how excited they are to learn of a prevention process that is both scientifically researched and holistic. It’s never too late to take control of your life, and that’s why I am glad to support the ARPF.


What Others Are Saying About ARPF
Dear ARPF:

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of the important work that ARPF is doing to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia related disorders. Although there are now many organizations doing research into the causes and possible cures for Alzheimer’s disease, ARPF’s focus on prevention is so important, especially to the family members of those who have suffered from the disease and fear for their own and their children’s futures. As I shared with you, several family members of mine suffered with dementia many years ago when so little was known about it.

Today, ARPF is giving hope and control to millions of people by doing the research and spreading awareness that shows us what we can do – by moving toward a healthier lifestyle, incorporating mindfulness, yoga, meditation and other diet and lifestyle changes – to stop or prevent this dreadful disease from stealing precious memories from our lives.

As I worked to lead people through the memory screenings, I was amazed at how many people were eager to get it done – some having been screened before and others for the first time. They were also eager to share their stories about family members and health history that concerns them. They were relieved to be able to confront their fears and learn from the results. I hope I was able to convey how important these screenings can be, and what can be expected from participating.

If you ever need more help with screenings, please don’t hesitate to contact me!

Patricia Schuler, MA, MFT, CSP

Chandler, AZ

April 2016

Memory Screening Team, including Patricia Schuler, at Ability360 in Phoenix, AZ; LEFT: Patricia Schuler Administering a Memory Screening


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Outreach Update:
2016 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference

In July 2016, Toronto was host to the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference® (AAIC®), which is “the world’s largest forum” for the dementia research community. Researchers, clinicians, care providers and students from over 70 countries gathered to network and discuss the latest dementia study results, theories and discoveries. Your ARPF was involved in several exciting ways:

• Dr. Khalsa, the ARPF President, gave a presentation at the Professional Interest Area Meeting on Behavioral Interventions, specifically: Research and Practice of Mind/Body Medicine.

• An important documentary had its North American premiere at the AAIC. Entitled, The Monster in The Mind, it was produced by Jean Carper, CNN’s original medical correspondent. ARPF was among the organizations interviewed and whose research was presented. With Ms. Carper’s professional skills and personal passion about learning all there is to know about Alzheimer’s risk factors and current treatment options, we are certain the public will be hearing more about this impressive documentary soon.

Research posters are a fundamental part of any medical conference. With live interactions happening at these sessions, beside displays showing a combination of explanations, tables, graphs, and pictures, research posters are an important way for scientists to highlight the most recent findings with their peers, educators, and students.


ARPF’s work was presented at three poster sessions during this conference:

  1. A pilot research project, sponsored by ARPF at West Virginia University reported on the methodologies used and important outcomes, including: the measurable benefits of yoga meditation compared to music listening. Please see page 5 for a full description of the study and poster.
  2. A pilot research study on the positive effects of yoga meditation on quality of life, cognition, and well-being carried out in Barcelona, Spain under ARPF auspices was presented in a poster session.
  3. An ARPF-sponsored research study on cognitive rehabilitation, which is ongoing in some retirement communities in the greater Phoenix, AZ area, was also presented in a poster session featuring important outcomes seen when seniors are taught to practice unique brain exercises on a periodic schedule for the protection and improvement of their cognitive status.
ARPF's work was presented at three poster sessions during this conference


ARPF Research Update:
Meditation vs. Music Listening for Improving Cognitive Function, Mood, Stress, Sleep and Quality of Life in Adults with Subjective Cognitive Decline: Summary of Findings from a Preliminary Randomized Controlled Trial
Kim E Innes, MSPH, PhD; Terry Kit Selfe, DC, PhD; Dharma S Khalsa, MD; Sahiti Kandati, BDS, MPH WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY

Dr. Innes (right) discusses her ARPF-sponsored research with Dr. Dodge (left)For people who are on the lookout for warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), new research offers hope, and, even more importantly, provides yet more evidence that certain prevention tools really work. Subjective Cognitive Decline (SCD), the perception that one’s memory has deteriorated within the past few months or years, is a strong predictor of AD, particularly in those for whom the memory loss is a cause for concern. Moreover, older adults with SCD are also at increased risk for a host of other unwanted complications, including poor mental health, impaired sleep, and diminished quality of life, which in turn, can contribute to further deterioration in memory and other aspects of cognitive function. Unfortunately, until now, effective therapies for preventing or slowing progression of cognitive decline in populations with or at risk for AD have remained elusive, and no approved treatments exist for those with early memory loss.

Identifying low-cost therapies that can address both psychological and memory concerns early, when intervention is likely to be most effective, is of clear importance. However, although SCD may represent a critical window for intervention, trials in this population are few, and none have yet specifically assessed the effects of any mind/body therapy in adults with SCD.

However, a new study has yielded some promising results. In this 6-month trial, West Virginia University investigators assessed the potential benefits of Kirtan Kriya meditation (KK) and music listening (ML) for improving outcomes in 60 older adults with SCD and concerns regarding their memory. Participants were recruited from the community and assigned randomly to a 12-week KK or ML program. Following training in their assigned programs, participants were given a program CD and instruction brochure, and asked to practice 12 minutes a day for 12 weeks.

At the start of the program, 12 weeks after starting, and 6 months after starting, the research team measured memory and cognitive function, mood, well-being, sleep, stress, and quality of life.

Of the 60 participants, 53 (88%) completed the 6-month study. Participants completed an average of 93% of the home practice sessions in the first 12 weeks, and 71% during the 3-month, practice-optional follow-up period. Both groups showed marked and significant improvements at 12 weeks in memory and cognitive performance, as well as in sleep, well-being, and multiple domains of mood. The KK group also showed significant reductions in perceived stress and quality of life. Notably, participants assigned to KK demonstrated greater improvements in mood, well-being, stress, and quality of life than the ML group. Equally encouraging is that all improvements in memory and cognitive function, psychological status, and quality of life were maintained or further increased at 6 months.

These findings suggest that KK and ML can promote sustained improvement in memory and cognitive function, sleep, psychological status, and quality of life in adults with SCD, with the KK group showing greater improvement in mood, stress, well-being, and quality of life than the ML group. KK and ML may thus be attractive and effective tools for improving both cognitive and psychosocial outcomes in adults with preclinical memory loss. One of the best parts of this exciting news is that these tools are easy to access for adults from all walks of life seeking to take control of their health and create the best future possible for themselves and their loved ones.

Ed. Note: This is the first published paper, there will be updates published here soon.


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