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Specifics on Preventing Dementia

Star Com Radio Network, The Ed Tyll Show, 17 minutes: The basics for preventing dementia was on Ed’s mind as he hosted The Brain Nerd on his nationally syndicated show. Enjoy listening to our conversation [17 Minutes] (Or you can read the transcript below but you feel the energy, are up-riveted by the hope and […]

Let’s Talk Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Radio FM Talk 1065 Sean Sullivan hosted me to talk bout dementia, Alzheimer’s and ways to increase our brain health to avoid the onset of this disease. Enjoy listening to our conversation [23 Minutes] (or you can read the transcript below) and let me know if you have any questions. {Editor’s Note: this is a […]

What to Say to Father this Father’s Day?

Internet Talk Radio Host Roy Richards of the show Middle Age Can Be Your Best Age took advantage of the Father’s Day holiday and questioned me about what to say to Dad when you notice his memory is slipping. Enjoy listening to our conversation [15 Minutes] (or you can read the transcript below) and let […]

ObamaCare, TrumpCare and Dementia

Star Com Radio Network, The Ed Tyll Show, 21 minutes: Ed hosted me to talk bout TrumpCare vs. ObamaCare and its impact on dementia, specifically Alzheimer’s. Enjoy listening to our conversation [21 Minutes] (or you can read the transcript below) and let me know if you have any questions. {Editor’s Note: this is a transcript […]

The List for Concentrating

  The Concentration Cheat Sheet Fight your Senior Moments and Brain Accidents Pay Extra Attention by: writing things down, keeping lists, setting alarms and reminders on your computer, laptop and/or cell phone, completing a single task before another (no multi tasking) and by organizing your priorities. How to Remember Names: When introduced to a new person, […]

Why you need to start running..

Here is Fuel for your Resolution to Workout More      It was just reconfirmed yet again, through another study publicized in the Journal of Neuroscience, that running, actually any aerobic exercise, grows new brain cells. (See photo below.) There are many types of brain exercises but aerobic exercise is the number one brain exercise.     […]

Alzheimer’s Plaques May Be Good After All

Beta Amyloid Plaques* In the Alzheimer’s world the overproduction of these miss-folded proteins are thought to be a main cause of this deadly and family altering disease.  A team co-led by Drs. Deepak Kumar Vijaya Kumar of Massachusetts General Hospital and Robert Moir and Rudolph Tanzi of Harvard Medical School[i] showed from their study released mid […]