You & Your Brain: A Collaboration of HealthyWomen, Prevention & Ladies’s Alzheimer’s Movement at Cleveland Clinic

You & Your Brain: A Collaboration of HealthyWomen, Prevention & Ladies’s Alzheimer’s Movement at Cleveland Clinic

A message from Maria Shriver

Have you ever had a intestine feeling a couple of determination? Or felt sick to your abdomen over unhealthy information? Experts say that’s as a result of the intestine is almost as highly effective a pressure because the mind, affecting your bodily and psychological health.

Join moderator Joan Lunden and main specialists in mind health on June 9, 2022 at midday ET to study in regards to the highly effective gut-brain connection and the way what you eat would possibly have an effect on anxiousness and temper, enhance the danger for Alzheimer’s, and extra. Best of all, you’ll depart with sensible recommendation on what you are able to do proper now to guard your health within the long-term.

During this free, digital occasion you’ll uncover:

  • Why specialists name the intestine the “second brain”
  • How your digestion and intestine points can have an effect on your each day life
  • What kind of diet is finest for mind health
  • Which meals enhance your temper

Register for the You & Your Brain: The Gut-Brain Connection webinar today!

We invite you to look at all the “You & Your Brain” webinar sequence and discover our sources beneath.

“A Conversation About Menopause”

  • Moderator: Sarah Smith, Editor in Chief, Prevention
  • Omisade Burney-Scott, Creator and curator of The Black Girl’s Guide to Surviving Menopause
  • Roberta Diaz Brinton, Ph.D., Director of the UA Center for Innovation in Brain Science on the University of Arizona Health Sciences
  • Lauren Streicher, M.D., Founding director of the Northwestern Medicine Center for Menopause and the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Health
  • Jannine Versi, Co-founder and COO of Elektra Health

Watch the video!

“Aging and Your Brain: What’s Normal, What’s Not?”

Experts share secrets and techniques to staying sharp.

  • Moderator: Tara Narula, M.D., FACC, Assistant Professor, Cardiology Zucker School of Medicine; Associate Director, Lenox Hill Women’s Heart Programs; and CBS News Senior Medical Correspondent
  • Jessica Caldwell, Ph.D., Director, Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Prevention, Center at Cleveland Clinic
  • Gayatri Devi, M.D., M.S., FAAN, FACP, Neurologist, Park Avenue Neurology
  • Eseosa Ighodaro, M.D, Ph.D., Neurology Resident Physician and Neuroscientist, Mayo Clinic

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a Dementia Diagnosis: What Comes Next”

Thoughtful steerage for you and your loved ones so you’ll be able to address any chance.

  • Moderator: Joan Lunden, Journalist, Best Selling Author and Health & Wellness Advocate
  • Dan Jaworski, athlete residing with early-onset Alzheimer’s
  • Julie Jaworski, spouse of Dan, who resides with Alzheimer’s
  • Sarah Kremen, M.D., Behavioral Neurologist and Director of the Neurobehavior Program on the Jona Goldrich Center for Alzheimer’s and Memory Disorders at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center
  • Petra Niles, M.S.G, Gerontologist and Senior Manager of African American Services at Alzheimer’s Los Angeles

Watch the video!

“The Future of Brain Health: Promising Advances in Medicine and Technology”

Innovations in science, adjustments in coverage, and how one can make a distinction.

  • Moderator: John Whyte, M.D., MPH, Chief Medical Officer, WebMD
  • Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D., Center for Brain Health Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, The University of Texas at Dallas
  • Richard S. Isaacson, M.D., Director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic (APC), Weill Cornell Memory Disorders Program, Assistant Dean of Faculty Development, and Associate Professor of Neurology at Weill Cornell Medicine & New York-Presbyterian
  • Karyne Jones, President and CEO, National Caucus and Center on Black Aging

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