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Now Where Did I Put That? Take Steps To Learn Cause of Memory Lapses

If you’ve ever forgotten where you left the remote, your keys or your   cellphone, then you know how frustrating memory lapses can be. Some   memory problems are par for the course, especially with aging. Brendan  Kelley, MD, Director of the UC Memory Disorders Center, discusses  testing, the role of depression and more in an article…
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Out of Sight, Out of Mind: A Discussion about Sleep (Podcast)

Listen to a discussion about sleep on Healthscope with Jennifer Rose Molano, MD, a sleep specialist with the Memory Disorders Center at the UC Neuroscience Institute. This is a large audio file, and downloading could take up to 5 to 10 minutes. Publication Name: WMKV 89.3-FM

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Photos from Cheering for Charity’s Sideline Event

View photos from the photos from Cheering for Charity’s Sideline Event, which benefited the UC Memory Disorders Center. Learn more » Publication Name: Cincinnati.com

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Memory Disorders Center Provides Help

In an interview with WCPO, Brendan Kelley, MD, Director of the Memory Disorders Center at the UC Neuroscience Institute, offers commentary about dementia following the tragic death of a nursing home resident. Learn more » Publication Name: WCPO-TV

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In the ‘Stroke Belt,’ Erosion of Memory Is More Likely, Too

“Those behaviors that prevent stroke likely will prevent some but not all of the things that cause cognitive decline,” said Dr. Joseph P. Broderick, chairman of neurology at the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute, who was not involved in the study. “If you buy a car and you take great care of it, it still…
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Dr. Brendan Kelley on WMKV’s HealthScope

Listen to Brendan Kelley, MD, Director of the UC Memory Disorders Center, in an interview on WMKV Radio, 89.3-FM, Cincinnati. This file may take several minutes to download. Download an MP3 File >> Publication Name: WMKV Radio, 89.3-FM

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The Burden of Alzheimer’s: Cases Rise as Boomers Age; States Work to Shift Care, Cut Costs

Medications such as Aricept can help preserve daily functions, but nothing has been shown to slow the pathological progress of the disease, said neurologist Brendan Kelley, MD, Director of the Memory Disorders Center at the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute. It opened in May.   To read the entire article, click on the link below….
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Cell Phones May Cause Brain Cancer, Experts Say

“There’s no question it alters (brain) activity,” said Dr. Philip Theodosopoulos, a neurosurgeon with the UC Brain Tumor Center and the Mayfield Clinic. “Whether it is carcinogenic or not, I think that is still yet to be answered in a definitive way … I don’t think it should be a cause for panic.” Cell Phones…
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Signs, Symptoms and Treatments of Alzheimer’s Disease

Listen to a radio interview with Brendan Kelley, MD, Medical Director of the UC Memory Disorders Center. Signs, Symptoms and Treatments of Alzheimer’s Publication Name: 91.7 WVXU

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Brendan Kelley, MD, on WVXU: Delaying Alzheimer’s Onset by 5 Years Could Cut Prevalence in Half

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month Listen to Maryanne Zeleznik’s interview with Brendan Kelley, MD, a Neurologist with the Memory Disorders Program and the Waddell Center for Multiple Sclerosis at UCNI. Learn more » Publication Name: WVXU 91.7-FM

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