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Dr. Barbara Kreisman Discusses Retirement Journey Strategies

Retirement is a journey! In a chat with Pinnacle Wealth Management, Barbara Kreisman, Ph.D. discusses strategies to help you navigate the path. 

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THE PASSIONS PROJECT Exhibition Grand Opening

THE PASSIONS PROJECT Exhibition Grand Opening

THE PASSIONS PROJECT photographic exhibition, a partnership between KIHA, The Alameda Corridor Business Improvement District, and Village at Belmar, is open through August 14, 2022. Please email Laruen.Hartog@du.edu to make a visiting appointment.    

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Dr. Eric Chess Recently Featured in "living healthy longer' Podcast

In a recent episode of the living healthy longer podcast, Dr. Eric Chess discusses the intersection of financial security and cognitive health, research, and signs of financial fraud.

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Community Spotlight: Photography and Memory Project

Amy DelPo wrote an article about the Photography and Memory Project that has brought college students and older adults together to share stories over the past 4 years. 

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Robot May Help Those with Memory Loss

Dr. Mohammed Mahoor was featured on KDVR News talking about Ryan, a social robot, that has been designed to help people with cognitive disabilities and memory loss.

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Does the Immune System Play a Role in Parkinson’s Disease?

Dr. Daniel Parades' interview with HealthCentral.com sheds light on one potential cause of Parkinson's Disease, which could open new avenues for treatment.
 

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Step Aside, Biomarkers. Look to the Bank Account for Early Signs of Dementia

Dr. Eric Chess was published in an article that discusses the financial warning signs of cognitive impairment or dementia.  

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DU Scientists Develop Breakthrough COVID-19 Antibody Test

Researchers at KIHA, alongside two other research entities, have invented a new antibody test for COVID-19 that is incredibly accurate. 

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Testing Breakthrough, Funding Provide Hope for Alzheimer's Research

A KIHA-led breakthrough in Alzheimer's testing coupled with additional NIH funding may be a big step in the fight against Alzheimer's.

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