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The Importance of Brain Health in Uncertain Times - Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman

The Importance of Brain Health in Uncertain Times - Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman

Note: Our apologies for the audio issues upfront -- its clears up after a few seconds.So much in our lives is uncertain now: the way we work, shop, interact, and try to stay healthy. For Americans of all ages, brain health should be a priority now, just as in normal times.This marks our first BrainStorm webcast! BrainStorm is a new UsAgainstAlzheimer’s series that features conversations with brain health experts on the science of keeping your brain healthy, early detection and intervention in Alzheimer’s, and working toward brain health equity regardless of sex, race or ethnicity. In this inaugural episode, University of Texas researcher Dr. Sandra Chapman talks with host Meryl Comer about the impact of stress and anxiety, the science of cognitive training, and the promising future of taking charge of your brain.Watch for BrainStorm every other month and, in the alternating months, Alzheimer’s Talks, which features discussions of groundbreaking research and its importance to those living with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers.Support the show (https://www.usagainstalzheimers.org/ways-donate)

Duration: 56 min

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