Future of Health: Gary Small: Preventing Alzheimer's
Every 69 seconds, someone in America is diagnosed with Alzheimer's and the only "cure," says Dr. Gary Small, is prevention. To that end, Small, director of the UCLA Memory and Aging Center and a popular Town Hall guest (he was last here in December 2010 with his book Naked Lady Who Stood on Her Head), has developed a whole-body, whole-mind regimen. His new book, The Alzheimer's Prevention Program, begins with an assessment test, then introduces a seven-day jumpstart program to start protecting your brain from Alzheimer's. Alzheimer's Association, Western and Central Washington State Chapter, Town Hall and University Book Store, through the Future of Health Lecture Series. Series sponsored by Bastyr University and PCC Natural Markets; media sponsorship provided by KPLU.
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