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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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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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Outreach: San Diego College

Outreach: San Diego College

Brain Longevity Specialist Trudy Russo, MA presented at the Alzheimer’s: The Science of Prevention event hosted by San Diego College. She addressed one of the most important health challenges facing older adults: the growing epidemic of Alzheimer’s...

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Neurologists Agree on Lifestyle Intervention

Neurologists Agree on Lifestyle Intervention

Dr. Daniel Gibbs is one of 50 million people worldwide with Alzheimer’s disease. As a neurologist, Dr. Gibbs has devoted his life to researching Alzheimer’s and what can be done to slow its progress. He’s explained his findings in a new book “A Tattoo On My Brain: A...

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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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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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The Psychology of Longevity

The Psychology of Longevity

The following is a snippet from ARPF’s Brain Longevity Therapy Training. For those who feel they have no power against developing Alzheimer’s disease… boy, do we have news for you. Our Shared Heritage of Connection Our evolutionary heritage provides...

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Online BLTT Welcomes New Graduates

Online BLTT Welcomes New Graduates

ARPF would like to congratulate Douglas H. as the first graduate of the Online Brain Longevity Therapy Training (BLTT). Douglas is now one of ARPF’s certified Brain Longevity Specialists– a group of graduates who specialize in working with older adults to...

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