Cornerstones of Brain Health: Nutrients, Exercise, Environment & Emotional Health Featured
Dr. Joseph C. Maroon, MD
Senior Moments or Symptoms of Cognitive Decline?
Establishing the exponentially rising incidence of Alzheimer’s Disease, Dr. Joseph C. Maroon reveals four key factors – nutrients, exercise, environment, and emotional health – that profoundly affect memory, thinking, and behavior. Reviewing the latest data and findings in brain research, Dr. Maroon shares insights that help to promote longevity and cognitive health: learn his favorite vitamins to extend vitality and enhance quality of life.
Dr. Joseph C. Maroon, MD is a board certified Professor and Vice Chairman of Neurological Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the Heindl Scholar in Neuroscience. With more than 250 published scientific papers, Dr. Maroon’s clinical and research interests have been in the areas of the development of minimally invasive surgical procedures to the brain and spine, the prevention and treatment of traumatic injuries to the central nervous system, innovative approaches to pituitary and other brain tumors and more recently complimentary approaches to inflammatory diseases associated with aging.
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Dr. Ronald Klatz
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