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Welcome to the consumer dementia prevention website. This resource contains information on ways to reduce your risk for intellectual decline as you grow older. A parallel site is available for your doctor that explains our recommendations on preventing dementia. The doctor’s westernizations detailed information and scientific resources for your physician.

How to use this program

This website includes basic information for everyday people about how to protect your brain as you grow older. The material is described in plain English for people who do not have a medical background.

Many doctors do not have the time to read about ways to protect your brain or prevent dementia. Doctors can only read so much material and know so many facts. This website also contains information that doctors can use to better understand the role of health problems and life decisions in intellectual function as you grow older.

Ten Commandments of Dementia prevention
Successful aging for persons over 65
Do my genes determine my fate as I grow older?
Checklist of risk inventory for older individuals on Dementia
Consumer Library on Prevention
Baby Boomer's Handbook

Ten key medical issues:

Nutritional Supplementation
Spirituality and Dementia
Hormone Replacement
Metabolic Syndrome
Medication Management

Consumer Guides for Prevention

Dementia Prevention Library

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