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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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4 Ways to Enhance Sleep

4 Ways to Enhance Sleep

The easiest way to determine if you’re getting good sleep is simply by noticing how you feel when you wake up. Do you rise with ease, a sense of renewal? Or do you grip the walls until coffee has coursed through your system? If it’s the latter, you’re not...

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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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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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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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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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300 Meditators in 3 Days

300 Meditators in 3 Days

Your ARPF has been blown away by the incredible turnout for the Meditate for Your Memory Challenge. We have met hundreds of new people and are thrilled by everyone’s commitment to take this brain health journey with us.  We still have 4 days left of the...

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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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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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