Podcast Review: Age to Age – Alzheimer’s Disease


There is an episode of Age to Age looking at the growing problem of Alzheimer’s Disease which is freely available here. Author Sally Smith talks with Fran Emerson, chair of the Charleston Alzheimer’s Association. During the talk Emerson elaborates on the ambitious ‘vision of a world without Alzheimer’s Disease’. Given the scale of the global burden of Alzheimer’s Disease predicted for the coming decades there is a significant drive towards addressing treatment and prevention and Emerson advises on the benefits of simple and healthy lifestyle habits.

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