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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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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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President’s Message: New Alzheimer’s Drug Approval Slammed by Scientists

I’d like to share an important update on the Alzheimer’s drug, Aducanumab, marketed as Aduhelm in the US. Aduhelm is a monoclonal antibody drug which means that it mimics our own antibodies to [...]

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President’s Message: Congrats to BLTT Graduates!

When it comes to healthcare, modern medicine focuses on the smoke, not the fire. That’s why our exciting Brain Longevity® Therapy Training (BLTT) is such an important program – we’re empowering [...]

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President’s Message: What’s Love Got To Do With It?

To really take care of your brain so you can stay sharp all through your life, and do everything possible to prevent the dreaded Alzheimer’s disease requires a unique state of mind. I’m going to [...]

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President’s Message: Some Good News For A Change

I want to share some great news from your ARPF that will hopefully offset some of the challenges we hear about every day. Our article Spiritual Fitness: A New Dimension in Alzheimer’s Disease [...]

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President’s Message: Black History Month & Alzheimer’s Prevention

During this month dedicated to Black History, I am reminded about the difference in rates of Alzheimer’s/dementia in different populations. For some people it may be hard to believe, but African [...]

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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).