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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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Donor Spotlight: A Donation of Artistry

Donor Spotlight: A Donation of Artistry

Your ARPF would like to thank Fran S. for donating hundreds of beautiful greeting cards that we will use to stay in touch with our offline supporters. Fran has been an artist all her life– living in New York, she’s experienced a colorful city full of inspiration. The...

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How to Get Your Brain NeuroFit

How to Get Your Brain NeuroFit

ARPF Scientific Advisory Council member Annie Fenn, MD, chef and founder of Brain Health Kitchen, and Stacy Fisher of Fisher Fitness organized a virtual brain health retreat that focuses on combining mindful movement and brain resiliency. Your ARPF is honored to have...

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Bon Appétit: Gingerbread Cookies

Bon Appétit: Gingerbread Cookies

The holidays are upon us, and we all know that means food– and lots of it. Although it’s important to be careful and not indulge too much, why not enjoy some healthy desserts? Is there such a thing? Only one way to find out. Ginger is a main ingredient in...

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Donor Spotlight: Silver Fox Classic Golf Outing

Donor Spotlight: Silver Fox Classic Golf Outing

Through a little bit of luck and researching on the web, Todd landed on the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation homepage. He was looking for an organization to honor his late father, Ron, who passed from Alzheimer’s disease in 2017. “I chose ARPF because I...

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Bon Appétit: Broccoli Soup

Bon Appétit: Broccoli Soup

During the winter months, when there’s not as much sunlight or outdoor activity, it’s important to make sure your body gets the vitamins and nutrients it needs to function at a high level. That’s where good food comes in. Nothing quite warms the soul...

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Supporting African American Families Facing Dementia Webinar

Supporting African American Families Facing Dementia Webinar

According to recent statistics, by 2030, 40% of Alzheimer’s cases will be in Black and Latino communities. That’s only in 9 years and it’s a very scary statistic. Join us next week for this very important webinar to learn how social determinants of health and access...

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Bon Appétit: Pumpkin Waffles

Bon Appétit: Pumpkin Waffles

One of the most iconic symbols of autumn is the pumpkin. Pumpkin harvest is found mainly in America, from the United States to southern Argentina. Pumpkins are harvested for the consumption of their pulp and seeds, or to produce pumpkin seed oil. Pumpkins belong to...

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Donor Spotlight: Alex and Angela

Donor Spotlight: Alex and Angela

“My grandmother had Alzheimer’s during the last part of her life. I was really close with her and it was the most challenging time for my family for a lot of reasons. I think my mother may experience some symptoms of it as she grows older as will I. In...

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Brain Boost Berry Jam

Brain Boost Berry Jam

As summer winds down, we are seeing the last of the berry season. One way to savor their sweetness? Creating a nice batch of sugar-free, homemade jam that can last you through the cooling months. Berry Chia Jam Prep and cook time: 15 minutes 4-5 Servings Ingredients:...

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