"The Katie Couric Show" spotlights Alzheimer’s disease and brain health
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October 9, 2013
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"The Katie Couric Show" spotlights Alzheimer's disease and brain health
A recent episode of "The Katie Couric Show" featured interviews with Alzheimer's Association Early-Stage Advisor Sandy Oltz and celebrity Champion Victor Garber. The show also offered information and tips on diet and exercise that may contribute to overall brain health.

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