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Summer Fruits for Brain Health

Summer Fruits for Brain Health

As the earth turns and seasons change, so do our appetites. We also need to increase our water intake as the sun intensifies. In fact, staying hydrated keeps your memory sharp and your mood stable. It also helps keep your body cool (by sweating) during the hot summer...

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How Exercise Saves Your Cognition

How Exercise Saves Your Cognition

Exercise is a huge aspect of brain health– that’s why it’s one of ARPF’s 4 Pillars of Alzheimer’s Prevention®. Study after study has revealed the incredible benefits of exercising. The popular food, nutrition, and health blog, Eat This, Not...

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Inspirations & Reflections on the Meditation Challenge

Inspirations & Reflections on the Meditation Challenge

by Dr. Dharma S. Khalsa, ARPF President and Medical Director I had the opportunity to participate in a number of days of the Challenge. It was a very inspiring experience to see so many of you attending and enjoying Kirtan Kriya (KK). I especially want to thank Kirti...

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Meditate for Your Memory Challenge

Meditate for Your Memory Challenge

March is home to two special occasions: Brain Awareness Week and ARPF’s 28th Anniversary.   Celebrations are in order! Therefore, please join us for our Meditate for Your Memory Challenge.   We are excited to offer a week-long, online group meditation practice...

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Remembering The Legacy of Irv Cross

Remembering The Legacy of Irv Cross

From all of us in the Alzheimer’s Prevention community, we send our heartfelt condolences and deepest gratitude to the family of Irv Cross. Irv is known for his time as a Pro Bowl cornerback and as a legendary broadcasting pioneer who passed away on February 28,...

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More Great News

More Great News

We sent out a notice about our most recent paper called “Spiritual Fitness: A New Dimension in Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention.”    Your ARPF is delighted to let you know that this paper is now published online by the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease...

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Wonderful Grant Received

Wonderful Grant Received

We’ve shared news recently that we’ve had a number of groundbreaking articles published including Spiritual Fitness: A New Dimension in Alzheimer’s Prevention, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.   Today, I’d like to reveal that we have just received a...

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Study finds dementia patients have greater risk of COVID-19

Study finds dementia patients have greater risk of COVID-19

A recent study, COVID‐19 and dementia: Analyses of risk, disparity, and outcomes from electronic health records in the US, has found a new strategy to help control the COVID-19 pandemic– protect dementia patients. Researchers at Case Western Reserve University...

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Why Your Brain Needs Physical Exercise

Why Your Brain Needs Physical Exercise

 “Is it too late to start exercising?” On the one hand, it’s never too soon to start. On the other, it’s effective no matter how late we begin. Such is the relationship between physical activity and brain health. Not so long ago, medical science still believed that we...

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Healthcare Provider Bias: What The Data Shows

Healthcare Provider Bias: What The Data Shows

According to a recent study published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, many healthcare providers hold biases in the ways they recommend Complementary Health Approaches (CHAs).

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