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news-medical.net — “Occasional misplaced keys or forgotten names don't mark the beginning of dementia. All dementia isn't Alzheimer's disease. Some dementia symptoms can be reversed. Those facts and many more are covered in Deciphering Dementia, a supplemental Special Report to the July issue of Mayo Clinic Women's HealthSource” View full resource at news-medical.net
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medicalnewstoday.com — “Professional football players are much more likely to die from Alzheimer's disease, ALS (Lou Gerhig's disease) and other conditions cause by brain-cell damage, researchers from the National” View full resource at medicalnewstoday.com
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New Method May Help Detect Marker for Alzheimer's Disease Earlier -- NEW ORLEANS, April 15, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --
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blog.periosciences.com — “Scientists are looking closely at the role of inflammation in AD. Inflammation elsewhere in the body might increase risk of onset or progression of AD.” View full resource at blog.periosciences.com
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psychcentral.com — “Professional football players may be at a higher risk of death from diseases that damage brain cells, such as Alzheimer's disease and ALS, also known as Lou” View full resource at psychcentral.com
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seacoastonline.com — “PORTSMOUTH — An Alzheimer's Educational Series, sponsored by Clipper Harbor of Portsmouth, Solana Alzheimer Care Center, will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., the third Thursday of the month. The series will focus on various aspects of Alzheimer's disease and Light refreshments will be served” View full resource at seacoastonline.com
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sciencedaily.com — “People with diets high in several vitamins or in omega 3 fatty acids are less likely to have the brain shrinkage associated with Alzheimer's disease than people whose diets are not high in those nutrients, according to a new study.” View full resource at sciencedaily.com
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newswise.com — “Individuals at risk for clot-related diseases may benefit from taking common cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins, according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Connecticut.” View full resource at newswise.com
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Marie Pasinski, M.D. graduated from Harvard Medical School and completed her residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She is currently a staff neurologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and a faculty member at Harvard Medical School. Since 1991, she has been the consulting neurologist for the Massachusetts General Hospital Health Care Centers, where she cares for patients with a range of neurologic disorders. Her special interests include dementia prevention and the effects of exercise, diet, and socialization on the brain.
Dr. Pasinski has appeared in numerous media outlets, including TV, radio and print, and she writes a regular column in the health section of The Huffington Post. She is a frequent guest speaker at conferences and symposia, where she has been increasing public awareness about the importance of adopting a brain-healthy lifestyle. Of course, Dr. Pasinski practices what she teaches: At age 40, she started taking piano lessons for the first time and more recently she began competing in triathlons. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and has raised two sons.
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