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President’s Message: How to Feel Fantastic this Holiday Season

It’s hard to believe that the Holidays are upon us once again. For many people, while joyous, it can also be a time of stress, which dampens our pleasure. Beyond that, when we feel stress, it [...]

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The Meditate for Your Memory Challenge is Back

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and National Family Caregivers Support Month. In honor of our community members who have known all too well the struggle that dementia brings, we are [...]

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President’s Message: What We Learned from the Brain Longevity Symposium

The Brain Longevity® Symposium had a phenomenal turnout with registrants following along on via Zoom and YouTube. What did we learn from the brain health experts? Helen Lavretsky, MD, [...]

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Historic Conference on Spiritual Fitness & Alzheimer’s Prevention

The Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation (ARPF) will host the virtual Brain Longevity Symposium on October 15, 2022. The Symposium will advance ARPF’s mission by equipping attendees [...]

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Meditate For Your Memory Challenge Report

Your ARPF put on a week-long meditation challenge in honor of our 29th Anniversary as well as for Brain Health Awareness Week. This year saw a fabulous turnout – we were overjoyed with the [...]

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Outreach: Presentation at San Diego College

In January, 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 [...]

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What I Learned From Maria Shriver

By Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD Last week I participated in a great webinar called Brain It On. Clever name for a very serious conference. The conference was sponsored by Maria Shriver’s organization [...]

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Inspirations & Reflections on the Meditation Challenge

by Dr. Dharma S. Khalsa, ARPF President and Medical Director I had the opportunity to participate in a number of days of the Challenge. It was a very inspiring experience to see so many of you [...]