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Best Alzheimer's Disease Podcasts We Could Find
Best Alzheimer's Disease Podcasts We Could Find
With around 5.8 million Americans living with Alzheimer's disease today, it's a good thing to be aware of this brain disorder, and podcasts can definitely aid you on that. Listen to these podcasts to get more information about Alzheimer's and its symptoms, treatment options, caregiving, updates about Alzheimer's research and personal stories from people who struggled from it.
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BrainStorm, a free podcast series by UsAgainstAlzheimer’s, features conversations with doctors, researchers, authors and luminaries, people living with dementia and their caregivers. We’ll delve into what matters most to you about your brain and ask questions about keeping your memory sharp and maintaining optimal brain health. Learn about the latest in the science of longevity, Alzheimer’s and cognitive disease research. We’ll look at disparities in diseases, and equity and access for all. ...
 
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Dementia Matters

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Dementia Matters

Wisconsin Alzheimer‘s Disease Research Center

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Dementia Matters is a podcast about Alzheimer‘s disease and other causes of dementia. Host Dr. Nathaniel Chin interviews leading scientists and caregiving experts to bring listeners the latest in Alzheimer’s disease news, research and caregiver resources. Brought to you by the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, find show notes and more resources at adrc.wisc.edu/dementia-matters.
 
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Let's Talk Dementia

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Let's Talk Dementia

Carol Howell - dementia educat

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This podcast is designed to give you quick and entertaining information regarding caring for someone with dementia. “Carosene – The Gigolo Song (cdk Remix)” by Analog By Nature. 2015 Licensed under Creative Commons. Attribution Noncommercial (3.0). Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-dementia/support
 
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The global pandemic brought issues of diversity and equity in healthcare to the forefront. By 2030, nearly 40 percent of all Americans living with Alzheimer’s will be Black or Latino. Latinos are 1.5 times as likely as non-Hispanic Whites to develop Alzheimer’s. In this episode, BrainStorm host Meryl Comer speaks with Dr. Jane Delgado, President an…
 
Would you like to improve your brain health by drinking a new morning beverage? Go ahead and have your coffee, but make GOLDEN MILK your drink of choice for cup #2. GOLDEN MILK 1/2 cup ground cinnamon 1/4 cup ground turmeric 1/4 cup ground ginger 8-12 ounces warmed plant based milk Add Stevia to sweeten, if desired. Don't use sugar! This is the lin…
 
AAIC Special Series Part 7: Recent studies have shown that 1 in 5 U.S. adults who were diagnosed with COVID-19 now deal with Long COVID, a condition where individuals report fatigue, cognitive issues, difficulty breathing, and other symptoms lasting at least three months after infection. With these reported effects on cognition and brain health, wh…
 
AAIC Special Series Part 6: Dr. Krista Lanctôt joins the podcast to discuss apathy, how it develops in people with Alzheimer’s disease, and her upcoming AAIC 2022 plenary talk. Guest: Krista Lanctôt, PhD, senior scientist, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, full professor, University of Toronto Show Notes AAIC is the world’s largest forum for the d…
 
AAIC Special Series Part 5: Bringing together scientists, clinicians, and research participants from all over the world, AAIC 2022 showcases the work and experiences of people from unique backgrounds and perspectives and highlights the importance of diversity in Alzheimer’s disease research. Dr. Carl Hill joins the podcast to discuss why diversity …
 
The Alzheimer's journey can range from three to twenty-plus years. Typically, people living with late-stage Alzheimer's or another dementia decline to a point when they are no longer able to communicate. But for some, after years of relative silence, they can suddenly communicate coherently, even if only for a short period of time. This phenomenon …
 
AAIC Special Series Part 4: Research into delirium, a condition where older adults experience acute confusional states during hospitalizations, and its connections to dementia have led to numerous advancements in hospital care and treatments. Dr. Sharon Inouye joins the podcast to discuss how our understanding of delirium has changed over the past …
 
AAIC Special Series Part 3: Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is an early stage of memory loss and cognitive impairment that can develop into dementia. While physicians have medications they can prescribe to manage the condition, many researchers and doctors are focusing on lifestyle interventions that could support a person’s cognition and address b…
 
I had a great time interviewing Rev. Elizabeth Shulman. She talked about "reframing your perspective on life," and that has stuck with me. She authored the book FINDING SANCTUARY IN THE MIDST OF ALZHEIMER'S: A SPIRITUAL GUIDE FOR FAMILIES FACING DEMENTIA. I hope you enjoy this interview. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-deme…
 
AAIC Special Series Part 2: Attending scientific conferences is usually a major commitment, often requiring attendees to travel, pay attendance fees, and take time out during the day to learn about groundbreaking research. Recent conferences like the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) are opening their doors virtually to make t…
 
AAIC Special Series Part 1: To kick off our month-long special series previewing the 2022 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, or AAIC, we’ve invited Claire Sexton, senior director of the Alzheimer’s Association’s scientific programs, to join us to discuss the goals of AAIC, how the pandemic impacted the influential conference, and wha…
 
The Global Be Brain Powerful BrainTrust and U.S. BrainTrust quarterly dialogues are a collaboration between two like-minded initiatives focused on elevating the importance of women's brain and mental health. A recent dialogue explored Alzheimer’s prevention and the role sex and gender play in brain health. In this episode of BrainStorm, Mara Hank M…
 
A do-not-resuscitate, or DNR, order is used to indicate when a patient chooses to forgo resuscitation, however recent analysis shows that multiple studies have connected the presence of DNR orders to elevated death rates, poorer medical care, and negative health outcomes. Dr. Jonathan Baktari joins the podcast to discuss the findings from this anal…
 
The World Health Organization has put brain and mental health at the top of their agenda as a wakeup call to all countries to do a better job supporting their populations. HRH Princess Tatiana, in the midst of the global pandemic, launched BREATHE, a Mindful Mental Health Movement dedicated to raising awareness around mental health and building hea…
 
American literature professor and author Cindy Weinstein and behavioral neurologist Bruce Miller join the podcast to discuss their latest book, "Finding the Right Words: A Story of Literature, Grief, and the Brain", a dual-memoir that alternates between Weinstein’s memories of her father who experienced early-onset Alzheimer’s disease and Miller’s …
 
After her husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, award-winning writer Amy Bloom faced an unimaginable choice. Her latest nonfiction “In Love: A Memoir of Love and Loss”, is a powerful book that probes the unvarnished reality into Alzheimer’s. In Part 2 of our interview with author Amy Bloom, host, Meryl Comer, discusses the very personal decision …
 
There are many conflicting studies on how alcohol consumption can impact a person’s health, with some studies suggesting light drinking can protect against coronary heart disease and others concluding that drinking can increase your risk for cancer. What does research say about alcohol and the brain? Dr. Remi Daviet joins the podcast to discuss his…
 
I had the privilege of interviewing Mr. Jason Patnode, an amazing writer. Today he will read his poem "The Nautilus." I'm warning you, go get the Kleenex! It will touch your heart. Check out my video series "Let's Talk Dementia" on YouTube to see an interview with him reading his poem "Here, But You're Gone." https://youtu.be/sTq_c_czvJY. --- Send …
 
In honor of Women’s Health Month, Dr. Jessica Caldwell joins the podcast to discuss sex differences in aging and Alzheimer’s disease. She explains some of the ways women experience aging and Alzheimer’s disease differently than men and how she incorporates research findings into patient care. Guest: Jessica Caldwell, PhD, director, Women’s Alzheime…
 
For our latest Dementia together podcast we spoke to Michael Keenan, who is 62, lives in Omagh in Northern Ireland, and has young-onset Alzheimer’s. We chatted to Michael twice – in mid-2021 and early 2022 – to find out more about his life and the challenges he’s been facing during the pandemic. Despite enduring a difficult time, Michael believes t…
 
After her husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, award-winning writer Amy Bloom faced an unimaginable choice. Her latest nonfiction, “In Love: A Memoir of Love and Loss,” is a powerful book that probes the unvarnished reality into Alzheimer’s. Host, Meryl Comer, talks with Amy about her husband’s behavior and forgetfulness before diagnosis and the…
 
2022 is already proving to be one of the most pivotal years in the history of the fight against Alzheimer’s. Along with major accomplishments in areas like research and prevention, Alzheimer’s patients have been caught in the crossfire of inter-agency politics between the FDA and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS), which recently announced…
 
A graduate student from the University of Wisconsin–Madison is pushing for the disaggregation of data in research to better understand how individuals from different ethnic subgroups are represented as research participants and as researchers. Kao Lee Yang began writing and discussing the topic after the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Gilliam Fe…
 
World renowned neuroscientist Lisa Genova joins BrainStorm host, Meryl Comer, to discuss her latest New York Times bestseller, Remember: The Science of Memory and the Art of Forgetting. Their provocative conversation delves into how memories are made, how we retrieve them, and what is considered normal forgetting - like where you left your keys or …
 
Dr. Cynthia Carlsson and Daniel A. King join the podcast to discuss some of the unique ways that Alzheimer’s disease affects Veterans and Native Americans. Their work at the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center allows them to connect with people who are at higher risk for Alzheimer’s disease and help educate them on how to maintain brain h…
 
One of the stunning success stories of the Twentieth Century is longevity. Japan was the first super-aged country where more than one in five people are age 65 or older. Much of Europe joined in 2020 and the United States is expected to reach this milestone by 2030. BrainStorm host, Meryl Comer, and guest, Terry Fulmer, PhD, RN, FAAN, discuss care …
 
Thanks to my listener, Sherri, for telling me about these wonderful finger grips. They are great for individuals whose fingers might be pulling inwards due to the disease causing dementia. Here is the Amazon link to purchase them - https://amzn.to/37nCtp3 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-dementia/messageSupport this podcast:…
 
Research in the field of fluid biomarkers is leading to new developments in Alzheimer’s disease identification, including new tests that can predict Alzheimer’s based on biomarkers in blood. Ahead of his keynote address as part of Alzheimer's Disease & Related Dementias Research Day on April 5, 2022, Dr. Thomas Karikari joins the podcast to discuss…
 
The journey to a dementia diagnosis for millions of people and their families is fraught with the stigma of a disease currently with no cure. BrainStorm host, Meryl Comer, and guest, Deborah Kan, discuss the early stages of the Alzheimer's journey, the devastating diagnosis, and the realities of what comes next. Deborah Kan is a journalist and form…
 
The Puglielli lab at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health has found a way to manipulate autophagy — a process where cells clean out damaged materials — to rid the brain of toxic proteins like amyloid and tau. Researchers hope to use the power of this process to develop future treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and other …
 
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