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President’s Message: Congrats to BLTT Graduates!

President’s Message: Congrats to BLTT Graduates!

When it comes to healthcare, modern medicine focuses on the smoke, not the fire. That’s why our exciting Brain Longevity® Therapy Training (BLTT) is such an important program – we’re empowering students to maximize brain health by addressing The 4 Pillars of...

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President’s Message: What’s Love Got To Do With It?

President’s Message: What’s Love Got To Do With It?

To really take care of your brain so you can stay sharp all through your life, and do everything possible to prevent the dreaded Alzheimer’s disease requires a unique state of mind. I’m going to call this state of mind “brain love.”  You really need to love your brain...

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President’s Message: Some Good News For A Change

President’s Message: Some Good News For A Change

I want to share some great news from your ARPF that will hopefully offset some of the challenges we hear about every day. Our article Spiritual Fitness: A New Dimension in Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention is among the most widely viewed articles in the Journal of...

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Collaboration for Better Caregiving

Collaboration for Better Caregiving

ARPF was delighted to present at the annual Palliative Care Conference organized by The New Jewish Home in New York City. The conference title was The Long Haul: Supporting Patients and Caregivers During a Complex Time. These last two years have been very difficult...

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New Webinar: ARPF Black Brain Health Initiative

New Webinar: ARPF Black Brain Health Initiative

Black Brain Health & Alzheimer’s Disease: What’s Race Got to Do with It? It has been well documented that Black Americans are at a higher risk for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) than their white counterparts. As a matter of fact, AD occurs at such high rates that it is...

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President’s Message: Good News For You

President’s Message: Good News For You

People are worried. Covid-19 is surging again, and we are all facing many other stressful situations. But here at your ARPF, we have some really good news for you. And believe me, we are grateful for it, especially at this time of the year. Our research partner at...

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