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It’s never too late to take charge of your brain health! Join AARP’s free Five Pillars of Brain Health workshop to discover how living an active life – by learning more, being social, staying fit, eating right and managing stress – is our best bet for maintaining our brain health. Share your brain-boosting tips and be inspired by others.
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In the fight against Alzheimer’s we have different ways to protect brain health and delay dementia. These include regular aerobic exercise, eating a low-inflammatory diet like the Mediterranean or MIND diet, treating conditions that harm the brain such as diabetes and hypertension, staying socially active, achieving higher education, and being a life-long learner.
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This year’s Facts and Figures report from the Alzheimer’s Association estimates that 5.8 million Americans are living with dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease–a number expected to grow steeply in coming decades as Baby Boomers age. The report also lists and defines the stages of Alzheimer’s disease, one of which might be unfamiliar to you.
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June 2019
In honor of Father’s Day, we share a story of a strong advocate of a father with Alzheimer’s disease and how family history led to genetic test results that sparked lifestyle changes to reduce risk of Alzheimer’s.
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The Franklin County AARP Chapter will feature a guest speaker at their regularly scheduled chapter meeting to be held on November 14th.  The topic of the month will be “Brain Health” and individuals of all ages are welcomed to attend.  The monthly AARP meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Essig Recreational Center at 295 Technology Drive in Rocky Mount, Rocky Mount, Virginia 24151.
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Arm Yourself with Knowledge at Symposium on Dementia
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