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ARPF’s Scientific Approach to Alzheimer’s Prevention

2020 has been a historic and uncertain year for everyone and we hope that you are staying healthy and safe into this New Year!  While the focus has been on mitigating the spread of Covid-19, the [...]

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A F*R*E*E Life Saver

Are you feeling that you can hardly handle the stress of the times? You would be right, considering the incredible number of Covid deaths, the new variant that spreads much faster, the economic [...]

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Mental Exercise and AD Awareness

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. In honor of those we wish to see regain their mental independence – and to enhance our own brain function – we have pulled some of our favorite tips to [...]

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Online BLTT Welcomes New Graduates

ARPF would like to congratulate Douglas H. as the first graduate of the Online Brain Longevity Therapy Training (BLTT). Douglas is now one of ARPF’s certified Brain Longevity Specialists– a [...]

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Recognizing The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease

By Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD, Medical Director There are many medical journals that publish research. Typically, the highly prestigious journals publish the most solid and reputable research. At [...]

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ARPF Celebrates YOU

COVID-19 has made volunteering and fundraising a difficult hurdle to jump. Without in-person events, it has been hard to maintain connections and continue supporting those in need. Luckily, [...]

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Healthy Aging Highlights

The National Institue of Aging at NIH shared advice regarding “Healthy Aging Highlights.” These highlights emphasize the importance that lifestyle modifications have on preventing [...]

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Why Sleep is Your Friend in Prevention

Leading medical journal, The Lancet, has recently published more research on the importance of sleep. Not only is getting adequate sleep necessary to perform daily tasks, but it also helps [...]

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The Lancet and Spiritual Fitness

The 4th Pillar of Alzheimer’s Prevention® is Spiritual Fitness. Developing your Spiritual Fitness, or psycho-spiritual well-being, may very well help you reduce your risk of Mild Cognitive [...]

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The Lancet Reports on Prevention Success

We are thrilled to share that another major medical journal, The Lancet, has published a report on the success of preventing Alzheimer’s through the modification of risk factors. It is titled, [...]

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