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Thank You to Our Donors: January – April 2020

A special commemoration for donations made in Memory and in Honor. Your ARPF is humbled to help remember your loved ones.   In Honor Of Arla Bernard Steven Gunderson Avis BuchananDinah Manning [...]

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KK Recommended by Founder of Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity

Seemingly, there has never been a more vital time to incorporate a stress management routine into our daily lives. This hyper-stressed pandemonium is causing grief worldwide, but we do have [...]

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Apps for Carepartners

It can be tough to get into a different headspace when we are stuck in the same physical space. We also don’t have all of our normal ways (family, friends, events) available to disrupt [...]

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Update About COVID-19 & Your ARPF

As we all know, we’re in the midst of a very serious crisis. I hope that everyone is staying safe and is well.    It’s a great time to call upon your personal power to stay positive and reach out [...]

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The Yoga Rx for Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Memory Loss

A recent article published in Yoga Journal reviews ARPF-sponsored research on Kirtan Kriya (KK) yoga meditation. The article interviews Helen Lavretsky, MD, Professor of Psychiatry and Director [...]

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How We Are Staying Safe

In response to the last video we sent out, we’ve been asked to show how exactly we are staying safe and keeping our spirit strong during this unsettling time. Therefore, my wife and I have [...]

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March Awareness Month

Did you know that March is National Nutrition Month? Nutrition is a huge part of keeping your mind sharp and healthy. That’s why Diet and Supplements is the 1st Pillar of Alzheimer’s Prevention. [...]

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Sexuality & Aging

It is a common misconception that as we age, our sexuality and vigor diminishes. Although we may not be as energetic, remaining sexually active has a plethora of benefits throughout life. First [...]

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From Our Hearts to Yours

Happy Valentine’s Day!  On behalf of the entire ARPF team, I want to make sure you know how much we appreciate you. Our success in AD prevention depends on the generosity of those who [...]

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University of Illinois Reviews ARPF Research on Yoga & Brain Health

Research News from the University of Illinois: a review of the science finds evidence that yoga enhances many of the same brain structures and functions that benefit from aerobic exercise.  ARPF [...]