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Why Many Avoid the Conversation About Alzheimer’s Disease

— University of Michigan experts recently released a study titled “Thinking About Brain Health,” in which they polled people in their 50s and early 60s about their thoughts about dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease. They found that people worry about memory loss a lot. Almost 50% of the people polled believed that they themselves were likely to... Read More

Dance Yourself to Better Brain Health

— Neurologists tell us that one of the best ways to protect our brains is to exercise our bodies. Exercise not only protects us from heart disease and other health conditions that damage the brain … but in its own right, it increases brain size and builds connections in the brain that keep us sharp. Anything... Read More

Can’t Forget About That Memory Lapse?

— Where did those car keys go again?  The split-second you enter a room, you forgot what you needed to retrieve.  You can’t recall if you lowered the garage door when leaving the house.  Could that be a memory lapse? You say aloud, “Where are my glasses, I’ve looked everywhere!” and your spouse points out that... Read More