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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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Brain Longevity® Specialist Spotlight

Brain Longevity® Specialist Spotlight

Your ARPF is proud to introduce another outstanding Brain Longevity Therapy Training specialist: Natalie Buster, RYT 500, E-RYT 200, TIYT Based in San Antonio, Texas, Natalie Buster is a yoga teacher and yoga therapy intern specializing in trauma-informed yoga therapy...

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Thank You to Our Donors: December

Thank You to Our Donors: December

A special commemoration for donations made in Memory and in Honor. Your ARPF is humbled to help remember your loved ones.   Thank you to the many anonymous donors whose support has been the foundation of championing Alzheimer’s.    In Honor Of Irene Bohlen...

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He’s Holding Our Memories Hostage

He’s Holding Our Memories Hostage

Last week I told you about a memory thief known as Alzheimer’s disease. It’s a preventable crime that, sadly, people are accepting as a part of life. But we know that dementia is not a normal part of aging. Having your mind pilfered of precious memories– your wedding...

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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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Thank You to Our Donors: November

Thank You to Our Donors: November

A special commemoration for donations made in Memory and in Honor. Your ARPF is humbled to help remember your loved ones.   Thank you to the many anonymous donors whose support has been the foundation of championing Alzheimer’s.    In Honor Of Mary D....

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Crimes of the Mind

Crimes of the Mind

Dementia is not a normal part of aging, yet every year 10 million new cases are diagnosed. Everyone you love, care about, and will ever meet, plus millions more, may at some time or the other have their minds pilfered for the precious memories of a child’s first...

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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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Keeping Your Loved Ones & Memories Dear

Keeping Your Loved Ones & Memories Dear

Many of us made some amazing memories yesterday. The first Thanksgiving together after the Pandemic, sharing the day with family and friends. We often take for granted the memories we make and assume we will have and cherish them always. But then one day,...

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