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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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President’s Message: Checking In

President’s Message: Checking In

With ongoing trauma felt across the globe, I am concerned about your health during this time of stress and uncertainly. Between Covid spikes, international affairs, natural disasters, going back to school… whatever it may be, we are feeling stress as a...

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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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Making Strides in Spiritual Fitness

By Dr. Dharma S. Khalsa I am pleased to announce that my article, “Spiritual Fitness: A New Dimension in Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention” was published in the prestigious Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and confirms that spiritual fitness is a key...

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Research Update

Research Update

We are pleased to share the press release of the publication of my latest article, “Spiritual Fitness: A New Dimension in Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention.” Meditative Practice and Spiritual Wellbeing May Preserve Cognitive Function in Aging In the Journal...

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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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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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The Best Meditation For You Now

The Best Meditation For You Now

Got stress? Who doesn’t during these very intense and uncertain times.   I’ve been thinking about so many things lately and what I’ve centered on and where I’ve directed my mental resources is on my reflections– which I’ve written in an easy to read, downloadable file...

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2020 International Yoga Day & Your ARPF

2020 International Yoga Day & Your ARPF

June 21st marks International Yoga Day which highlights and celebrates the many benefits of yoga. As you’ve seen through all of our research, yoga and meditation strengthen our mind and body, but they also help manage and prevent many chronic conditions and...

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3 Physical Activities for Managing Stress at Home

3 Physical Activities for Managing Stress at Home

Don’t worry – even if you’re not able to perform extreme physical exercise, there are still plenty of quarantine-proof physical activities you can do at-home to manage your stress levels and stay healthy. Below are just a few!

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