Study links high cholesterol, blood pressure to dementia
April 17, 2017
Medical researchers are finding more evidence that exercising and reducing cholesterol and high blood pressure can protect your brain or even prevent Alzheimer’s or dementia. Neurologist Diana Kerwin from the O’Donnell Brain Institute at UT Southwestern is involved in a clinical trial aimed at finding out more. View full story…
Creative Aging Symposium & Art for Alzheimer’s Reception
Arts Council Greater Baton Rouge
The Creative Aging Symposium acknowledges its keynote speaker, Dr. Jeffrey Keller, Ph.D. Dr. Keller is founder and director of the Institute for Dementia Research and Prevention at Pennington Biomedical Research Center. Recognized around the United States as an expert in dementia research, he has published over 180 peer-reviewed articles on the topics of aging and dementia.
Dr. Keller will be speaking at the symposium this Friday, March 24th on Mindfulness, The Arts, and Brain Function: Implications for Dementia Care and Prevention.
Exercise and Low Cholesterol May Prevent Dementia
March 15, 2017
Washington University needs participants for new Alzheimer’s study
March 15, 2017
National study tests theory that exercise, lowering cholesterol can help prevent Alzheimer’s
Oct 25, 2016 – There is plenty of evidence to suggest that what is bad for your cardiovascular system is bad for your brain, but the body is one machine and you cannot separate the heart from the brain. View full story…
North Texas Researchers Working On Alzheimer’s Cure
June 29, 2016 – As the nation mourns the passing of legendary basketball coach Pat Summitt, experts say her very public battle with Alzheimer’s continues to raise awareness and therefore support for funding in the fight for a cure. View full story…