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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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Yoga for Depression as Alzheimer’s Prevention Webinar

Yoga for Depression as Alzheimer’s Prevention Webinar

Research shows a strong relationship between depression and Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, a history of major depression is a risk factor for later development of Alzheimer’s disease. And those with dementia often develop symptoms of both depression and...

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Researchers Agree: Folate Helps Prevent AD

Researchers Agree: Folate Helps Prevent AD

With the rapid increase of the aging population worldwide, over 50 million people were living with dementia globally in 2019 and the number is said to increase to 152 million by 2050. The total cost for dementia was about 1 trillion US dollars in 2019 and it will be...

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Donor Spotlight: Jan and Marjorie

Donor Spotlight: Jan and Marjorie

ARPF would like to recognize and thank Jan N. for her continuous support of our Foundation.   Jan is a long-term care case manager in Prescott, AZ. She has dealt with the destruction of Alzheimer’s disease in her professional and personal life. Jan’s community is...

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The Future Treatment of Alzheimer’s

The Future Treatment of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF) Scientific Advisory Council member Helen Lavretsky, MD was recently interviewed about what the future of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) treatment looks like. With a new drug on the market, people want to know, is...

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Donor Spotlight: The Kihlken Family

Donor Spotlight: The Kihlken Family

Laura Kihlken and her family have been longtime supporters of your ARPF. Laura uses her birthday as a platform to generously fundraise in honor of her mother Ann Kuh.  “Watching my loved ones suffer from Alzheimer’s is one of the hardest things I’ve...

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Brain Longevity Specialist Spotlight

Brain Longevity Specialist Spotlight

By Doug Hayward, 2020 BLTT Graduate   In May of 2008, I was invited to Bethesda, Maryland by the National Institute of Health along with about 100 other Yoga Instructors as a result of my association with Penn State University. There were various presentations and...

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Is the New Alzheimer’s Drug for Real?

Is the New Alzheimer’s Drug for Real?

By Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD For the first time in over 20 years, the U.S. FDA recently approved a new drug, aducanumab, for Alzheimer’s disease, which afflicts an estimated 6 million Americans. We at the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF) applaud...

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What I Learned From Maria Shriver

What I Learned From Maria Shriver

By Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD Last week I participated in a great webinar called Brain It On. Clever name for a very serious conference. The conference was sponsored by Maria Shriver’s organization called the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement (WAM) and actor and comedian Seth...

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Brain Longevity Specialist Spotlights

Brain Longevity Specialist Spotlights

Peggy Gaines is a published author, professional speaker, and nurse educator. She is a Licensed Reiki Master and a certified Meditation instructor. Peggy began her career teaching relaxation and breathing techniques as a labor and delivery nurse in Kansas City. Peggy...

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