DR NICOLE KOCHAN, PhD
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PROFESSOR HENRY BRODATY and PROFESSOR PERMINDER SACHDEV
PROFESSOR PERMINDER SACHDEV, MD, PhD
"How old would you be if you didn't know how old you were?" Satchel Paige (1906-1982)
NICOLA GATES, PhD
A lifetime of engaging enriching activities has been shown to delay the onset of cognitive decline and dementia. Therefore growing or building up your brain through new experiences gives you credits to reduce possible deterioration.
DR CHARLENE LEVITAN
Centenarians are the fastest growing age worldwide. We can learn about ageing by studying the extremes, especially those who are models of "successful ageing". So how do we live to 100 in good physical and mental health?
This article was originally published in Montefiore LIFE magazine.
PROFESSOR PERMINDER SACHDEV and PROFESSOR HENRY BRODATY, CO-DIRECTORS, CHeBA
There is a worldwide effort to identify risk and protective factors, establish biomarkers and develop novel treatments for mild cognitive impairment (MCI), dementia and geriatric depression.
PROFESSOR HENRY BRODATY, MD, PhD