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November 9, 2022
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Lifestyle choices can help protect the brain
Research shows exercise, good nutrition and mentally stimulating activities can help protect the brain. On “The TODAY Show,” Laura Baker, Ph.D., co-primary investigator of the Alzheimer’s Association-led U.S. POINTER study, discussed recent research related to lifestyle interventions that may reduce the risk of cognitive decline.

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Carla Hall shares what made her grandmother unforgettable
Chef, television personality and Alzheimer’s Association Celebrity Champion Carla Hall lost her grandmother Freddie Mae Glover to Alzheimer’s. On our blog, Hall reflects on memories of Granny and shares why Granny’s beloved purse continues to be an important part of her legacy.
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ALZ Talks: Alzheimer’s, dementia and the holidays
The holidays can be challenging for families facing dementia. On Nov. 17, join us for ALZ Talks, our monthly online series featuring conversations about Alzheimer’s and other dementias, to hear about considerations for planning holiday visits and traditions, as well as signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s and available resources.
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