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Getting out of the fog

April 20th, 2021
 

8 helpful fuzz busters that support clear thinking.
 

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biogen: no sign of aducanumab approval catalyst in current market valuation

April 18th, 2021

June 7th is arguably the biggest day in the biotech and pharmaceutical calendar this year.
 

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Can we restore memories we've lost

April 1st, 2021

Ask the Doctor: How do we store memories in our brain, and is there hope that someday we might be able to restore memories we've lost?

 

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tips to retrieve old memories

April 1st, 2021

Details of significant experiences from decades ago may still be available if you can coax them out of your memory.

 

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Biogen's Aducanumab: A Look at the Drug’s History and Recent Updates

March 26th, 2021

One of the big drugs investors, analysts and pretty much everyone else in the biopharma industry is keeping an eye on is Biogen and Eisai’s aducanumab for Alzheimer’s disease

 

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Piano composer adrian lord champions the principal that music is good for the brain

March 24st, 2021

As part of his journey, Adrian Lord interviewed Dr Andrew Budson, Lecturer in Neurology at Harvard Medical School to discuss the science behind why music is good for the brain.

 

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Does air pollution cause alzheimer's disease?

March 24th 2021

Studies from several countries link air pollution to cognitive impairment.

 

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What you need to know about covid-19 long-term effects

March 3rd 2021

Ninety-seven percent of all reported closed cases have resulted in patients either recovering or being discharged from the hospital.

 

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Let's talk about Alzheimer's 
Disease 

February 18th 2021

Alzheimer’s is not easy, but we’ll help you make sense of its symptoms, treatments, and what it means for your life.

 

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Leading researchers explain long-term side effects of cornoavirus

February 4th 2021

Heart problems, memory issues, brain fog, mental health impacts, dizziness, and shortness of breath are just some of the concerns stemming from COVID-19.

 

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put a song in your heart

February 1st, 2021

Listening to music may offer a range of benefits for cardiovascular health.  

 

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Does the covid-19 virus affect your brain?

December 20th, 2020

The Bridge Chronicle looks into researches about effect of the virus on the brain

 

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Plasma Aβ Test Wins Approval—Are p-Tau Tests Far Behind?

November 24th, 2020

As it happens, to find out what is going on in the brain of someone with Alzheimer’s disease, all it takes is a drop of blood.

 

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Dementia is not a diagnosis

November 19th, 2020

A proper diagnosis is the first in caring for someone with dementia.

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COVID explodes in Newark: tragic result of a long legacy of urban abuse and neglect

November 13th, 2020

New Jersey's largest city has shocking rates of COVID infection. The media has barely noticed, which is no surprise. 

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urban abuse and neglect: NJ's pre-existing covid condition

November 12th, 2020

New Jersey's largest city is ground zero for the next wave for the coronavirus pandemic that's now raging across the country and setting zero new records every day.  

 

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'Swan lake' energizes elderly former ballerina living with Alzheimer's

November 10th, 2020

The video of former Spanish ballerina Marta C. González was reinvigorated on social media, warming thousands of hearts as she is seen awakening to the music. 

 

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Joe Biden will be the oldest president elected. Is that worrisome?

November 7th, 2020

MED Neurologist and memory expert Andrew Budson explains what happens in the brain after 70

 

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Wellness Wednesday: The problem with intermittent fasting

October 21st, 2020

A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine challenges the conventional wisdom on intermittent fasting. 

 

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5 fun things to do at night when you're alone and bored

October 15th, 2020

Imagine you come back from work tired and exhausted. Even before getting home, you've dreamed of the cozy feeling that your soft bed will finally give you when you lie on it.

 

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Americans worry about Alzheimer's disease, survey finds, but most don't know the early signs and symptoms

September 24, 2020

A nationwide study reveals that although many Americans say they want to reduce their risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease, they're largely misinformed when it comes to risk factors beyond genetics and age.

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Only 35 percent of americans know the symptoms of alzheimer's disease

September 25, 2020

Yet 80 percent of respondents want to reduce their risk of dementia.

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Boston university's top five alzheimer's research breakthroughs

September 2020

From memory boosting to brainwashing, Boston Univerisy advances the global fight against Alzheimer's Disease. 

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Mind & Mood: Music to your brain

September 01, 2020

Listening to music or playing an instrument engaged multiple parts of your brain - and can help your mood and memory. 

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Music and its role in dementia care therapy

August 11, 2020

When it comes to some of the dementia care therapies that have a positive impact on those living with dementia, music has always been understood to be a great tool to use.

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Make Up your mind- Do You struggle with decisions? These strategies can help you make good choices more efficiently

July 01, 2020

We make countless choices every day. Most are the mundane variety: what to eat, what to wear, what movie to watch. But often our decisions (or lack thereof) have a significant impact on our well-being.

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How much water should you drink a day, according to Harvard?

June 25, 2020

Water is recommended proportions can help improve the function of the digestive and urinary tract, in addition to controlling blood pressure and taking care of the body's organs.

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colony event - Seven steps to managing your memory with dr. Andrew Budson
June 18, 2020

As we seek to enrich the lives of our clients, we are pleased to present exclusive events focused on addressing all of the important aspects of their lives, including their health. Our latest webinar features Dr. Andrew Budson, a renowned neurologist and expert in Alzheimer's disease and dementia, presenting his award-winning book, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory. Here are the highlights from his presentation. 

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Study of US Veterans Points to a

Connection Between Late-Onset Seizures and

Dementia

May 7, 2020

An analysis of data from the US Veterans Health Administration National Patient Care Database suggests that late-onset seizures of unknown etiology are associated with an increased risk of dementia in older veterans.

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Medical news: Act now, or hold back?

May 2020

Asking some simple questions can help you determine what medical research to pay attention to and when to wait for more information.

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How much water should you be drinking each day?

April 2020

Getting the right amount of water is really about just listening to your body.  One recent study suggested that not drinking enough water could also affect cognition and scored lower on cognitive tests.

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Medication fog can mimic or worsen dementia in the elderly

March 3rd, 2020

 

Dr. Budson discusses the effects that medications can have on the elderly, and how a certain medicine may be fine for younger people, but are very hard for people with memory issues.

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How to improve your episodic memory

January 2020

 

Does this sound familiar? You can't recall the name of someone you met before. Or you forget the time-saving shortcut from a previous car trip. Or you repeatedly make the same silly mistake doing a once-familiar task. These tips can help you recall the details from past events and learn from them.

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Outrunning the risk of dementia

December 2019

Even if dementia runs in your family, smart lifestyle changes can help you improve your chances of staying ahead of it.

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Alzheimer’s Experts Express Cautious Optimism About New Drug

December 19th, 2019

Do people with Alzheimer’s disease and their families dare hope that a drug that delays the start of the disease or slows its progression will actually be available soon?  Dr. Budson talks about the cost and caution of the new experimental drug.

 

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US experts cautious about China's new seaweed-based Alzheimer's drug

November 5th, 2019

"Although exciting to hear about a possible new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, I have a lot of questions about the mechanism," said Dr. Andrew Budson, a neurology professor at Boston University School of Medicine.

 

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Alzheimer’s Disease Webinar: A Guide to Coping, Treatment, and Caregiving

November 5th, 2019

Hear Dr. Budson go through a 1-hour slide deck on understanding normal versus abnormal aging, followed by how caregivers can best help their loved ones with dementia.

 

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Alzheimer’s Experts Express Cautious Optimism About New Drug

November 27th, 2019

Do people with Alzheimer’s disease and their families dare hope that a drug that delays the start of the disease or slows its progression will actually be available soon?  Dr. Budson talks about the cost and caution of the new experimental drug.

 

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In dramatic turn, Biogen seeks FDA approval for experimental Alzheimer's drug

 

October 23rd, 2019

 

Dr. Budson comments in abc article announcing a new drug developed by Biogen to slow decline associated with the condition among those who have early-onset Alzheimer's disease.

 

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The Impact of Music in Dementia

September 2nd, 2019

Sometimes in life, we hear a song from high school but can't remember what we ate the previous night.  Dr. Budson talks about how music might help people who have Alzheimer's and dementia enjoy music, and how it can evoke emotions.

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Dementia, Emotional Contagion,

and the "Caregiver's Mask"

August 13th, 2019

Dr. Budson talks to Role Reversal and gives tips to help caregivers to communicate with people living with dementia.

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What's bad for the heart is also bad for the brain 

March 29th, 2019
 

Check out what Dr. Budson has to say about what a person can do to promote brain health.

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Science of learning possible marker found to predict long term learning

 

April 20th, 2019

Dr. Budson talks to Harvard Medical School and describes his approach to studying and understanding how information is learned retained by Medical Students.

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Episode 69 | Dr. Andrew Budson | Your Memory…What’s Normal and What’s Not

 

March 27th, 2019

Dr. Andrew Budson joins Kathy Smith on her podcast.  

Listen to full podcast here.

Listen to a short excerpt from the podcast here:

 

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Biogen halts late-stage trials on Alzheimer’s drug

March 22nd, 2019

Dr. Andrew Budson comments on the failure of Alzheimer's Drug and gives hope to the future of the fight against Alzheimer's.

Dr. Andrew E. Budson, chief of cognitive and behavioral neurology at the Boston VA Health Care System, said he wasn’t surprised that the drug didn’t work. Close to a dozen drugs targeting amyloids have failed, said Budson, whose practice participated in the clinical trial of aducanumab.

“If you put it in that context, the remarkable thing would be that it actually worked,” he said. 

In a sense, Budson said, the drug’s failure has a bright side, because it will push drug makers to focus on other potential targets, such as the tangled proteins known as tau. Several drugs taking that approach are under study, he said. “I am very, very hopeful . . . that we will end up with a good drug that could actually work,” Budson said.

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Play games for better health, experts say

March 15th, 2019

Check out what Dr. Budson has to say about the benefits of playing games!

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Seven Steps to managing your memory has become a National institute of health resources

March 7th, 2019

NIH has created a wide range of resources for families and professionals.  The book, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory, as officially become a resource!

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My mother doesn’t have many memories left, and most of them are wrong. What’s going on?

March 5th, 2019


Dr. Budson comments on why people with dementia are often said to forget recent events but remember the past.

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Your Neighborhood Bartender’s Body Is Broken and Their Brain Is Fried

 

February 23rd, 2019


Dr. Budson comments on bartending — the manual muscle memory, the multitasking, even the social aspects of the job — can help build up cognitive reserve, a type of surplus brain power, which can greatly diminish the effects of microstrokes and degenerative brain diseases like Alzheimer’s.

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Supplements make false claims to prey on people with Alzheimer’s—but the FDA is cracking down

February 13th, 2019


Dr. Budson comments on supplements that are said to help people with Alzheimer's.

The FDA letters, Budson says, are a step in the right direction. “It helps me, and it will also help other practitioners telling families look, these things do not work, please save your money,” he says. “For primary care doctors or community practitioners who don’t specialize, this might help them back up what they’re saying—it says you know, not only do I not think this is beneficial, the FDA has issued warning letters saying that.”

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Diabetes does not appear to affect children's test scores

February 7th, 2019


Dr. Budson comments on high blood sugar and memory problems.

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Seven steps to managing your memory listed in the top books to grow your finacial literacy and wealth

 

January 9th, 2019


Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory, What's Normal, What's Not, and What to Do About It, was listed under one of the best books for Aging Parents in Washingtons Top News.

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Dr. Andrew Budson presented at the Wellesley Rotary Club

 

December 4th, 2018


Dr. Andrew Budson, presented at the Wellesley Rotary Club, which was open to the public. 

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Play Games for Better Health

How this pastime can offer physical, social, and emotional benefits

 

November 12th, 2018


Dr. Andrew Budson, comments on how playing games can be beneficial to your health as you age. 

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How Beethoven Talks to My Wife, Carol

One of the things people with Alzheimer's disease understand is music.

November 2nd, 2018


Dr. Andrew Budson, comments on effects of Alzheimer's Disease.

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Silver Linings: A healthy lifestyle will help ward off cognitive decline

November 1st, 2018


Dr. Andrew Budson and Dr. Maureen O'Connor, talk about research cited in “Seven Steps to Managing your Memory”, one-third of seniors older than 75 get no exercise and less than 15 percent follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that call for cardiovascular exercise five times a week, 30-minutes a day, plus two days of strength training.

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Dr. Andrew Budson spoke at the Grand Opening of the Center for Cognitive Health at the Hospital for Special Care.

 

October 30th, 2018


Dr. Andrew Budson, spoke at the grand opening of the Center for Cognitive Health at the hospital for special care.  Dr. Budson, met a number of professionals, including Georgian Lussier, MS.  Georgian, manages a caregiving website and a community TV show for women, MidLIFE Matters.  Check out her website to learn more!

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Best of the month audio book

 

August 6th, 2018

Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory, What's Normal, What's Not, and What to Do About it was voted, Best Audio, by Rakuten Kobo.

Click HERE to order Seven Steps on Audio.

 

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Dementia risk doubles right after a stroke

 

August 31st, 2018


Dr. Andrew Budson, comments in Reuters Article on the connection between stroke and dementia.

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When dementia is the real reason

behind a couple's issues

August 1st, 2018

Dr. Budson, interviews with the Chicago Tribune and talks about behaviors and relationships.

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New Alzheimer’s Drug Has MED Prof Cautiously Optimistic

 

 

July, 30th, 2018

Dr. Budson does an interview for BU Today. "In addition to its potential importance to help patients, it also means that this research approach works. Once you have one drug working, similar medications—which may work even better—can be developed." - Dr. Andrew E. Budson

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Milton Access Television

 

July, 26th, 2018

Dr. Budson spoke on July 26th at Fuller Village in Milton.

 

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BU Today

 

 

July, 17th, 2018

Dr. Budson and Collegues Find a Potential Biomarker for Long-lasting Learning

Brain wave testing could determine effective teaching methods.

 

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HEALTH MEDIA NOW-DR. ANDREW BUDSON-7 STEPS TO MANAGING YOUR MEMORY

July 11, 2018
 

Dr. Budson is interviewed on Blog Talk Radio.

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June 23rd, 2018

Dr. Budson, answers questions about memory lapses and memory management. He also discusses what he sees in the future for Alzheimer’s treatment and prevention. And, Dr. Budson graciously offered to give away a signed copy of his book for Brain Health Kitchen readers as part of our Brain Health Kitchen Book Club.

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May 31st, 2018

Dr. Budson, does an interview on WGBH.

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June 12th, 2018

Dr. Budson, comments on smoking, diabetes and other risk factors associated with memory loss.

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May 18th, 2018

Dr. Budson, does an interview with O Magazine.

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May 13th, 2018

Dr. Budson, comments on how daily exercise and stimulation is ideal for keeping the mind sharp, but new medicines are also showing positive signs.

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May 1st, 2018

We're excited to announce that the book, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory, What's Normal, What's Not, and What to Do About it recived the 2017 Nautilus Sliver Award, withing the category, Aging Consciously.

Click here to see the full list of winners.

 

April 27th, 2018

Dr. Budson stopped by the office of the Women's Alzheimer's Movement!  Listen in as he talks about the most common question he is asked: what's the difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia?

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April 18th, 2018

 

The Branches, a senior living facility in North Attleboro, recently held their first Community Resource Day and Health Fair for Seniors. The event provided seniors with a wide variety of information, including how to how to manage aging memory, and Dr. Andrew Budson gave a talk on the subject

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April 12th, 2018

 

Dr. Budson spoke at Branches Senior Living Residence last week and his exciting presentation was highlighted in the The Sun Chronicle. 

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April 11th, 2018

 

Dr. Budson spoke at at the Plantation Palms Golf Club in Land O’ Lakes, FL last week and attendees of the event had two key takeaways.

Find out what those takeaways were here.

 

April 4th, 2018

 

Dr. Budson spoke at the 2018 Alzheimer's Association Spring Research Forum.  During the event Dr. Budson highlighted strategies for maintaining memory and thinking. 

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April 2nd, 2018

 

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March 29th, 2018

 

Dr. Budson presented at the Canton Council on Aging and it was recorded by the Local TV Channel and will be aired for anyone interested in learning about, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory.

 

Click here to watch Dr. Budson's Presentation.

 

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March 25th, 2018

 

Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory is featured in the Spanich BBC.

 

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Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology Book Review

 

March 20th, 2018

 

Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory recieves a great review!

"The book presents an idealized academic memory clinic experience that presents as well-integrated (and well-funded) in all of its activities and endeavors."

 

March 12th, 2018

 

Dr. Andrew Budson shares tips on how to use mindfulness, imagery, and other strategies to improve your memory in the Medium

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March 3rd, 2018


Dr. Andrew Budson is highlighted in BU Today for his work in the community, spreading the word about memory.

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February 7th, 2018


Read why Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory should be the next book you should read!

Click here to read review

 

January 9th, 2018


Dr. Budson is featured on the Ethan Bearman Podcost.

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January 9th, 2018


Dr. Budson is featured on the Ethan Bearman Podcost.

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January 30th, 2018


Dr. Budson is  featured on Nightside with Dan Rea on IHeart Radio.

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Dr. Budson is featured on the podcast, Brain Candy

 

January 7th, 2017,


Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory was mentioned in the New York Times. 

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December 15th, 2017

The authors of Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory reveal the times when it may be more than just forgetfulness on Ophrah.com

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December 4th, 2017

Dr. Budson talks with Ethan Bearman on KGO 810 about, why you must ignore your "Lizard Brain."

November 29th, 2017

Episode Description

Kathryn interviews Andrew E. Budson MD, author of “Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory: What’s Normal, What’s Not, and What to Do About It”. How can we differentiate between normal and abnormal memory changes, in loved ones and ourselves? From misplacing our keys to recalling a new acquaintance’s name, memory dominates everyday life. Dr. Budson is a lecturer in neurology at Harvard Medical School, professor at Boston University School of Medicine. Kathryn also interviews lawyer, doctor, and former congressional candidate Marilyn Singleton MD, JD. Dr. Singleton combines her experience as a board-certified anesthesiologist with her education in constitutional and administrative law to analyze the current heath care environment, exposing the lobbyist interests of pharmaceutical companies and insurance providers. She graduated from Stanford U and UCSF Med School completing her anesthesia residency at Harvard’s Beth Israel Hospital.

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November 10th, 2017

Review of, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory, by someone who is dealing with Alzheimer's.

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November 12th, 2017

The 2017 American Book Fest awards have been announced! Click here to check out all the winners including, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory!

Electric Review

Culture & Criticism From the Far Distant Realms

The Inside Story On Managing Your Memory

October 31st, 2017

This entry was posted on October 31, 2017 by Jacob Aiello

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Love and Memory

audio story

from Progressive Spirit

Length: 57:59

October 28th, 2017

Two guests on this episode will help us love more and remember more. Love and memory.

Scott Stabile is the author of Big Love: The Power of Living with A Wide Open Heart." His inspirational posts and videos have attracted a huge and devoted social media following, including over 350K Facebook fans and counting. A regular contributor to the Huffington Post, he lives in Michigan and conducts personal empowerment workshops around the world.

In the second half of the show I will speak with Dr. Andrew Budson. He along with Maureen OConnor have co-written Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory: Whats Normal, Whats Not and What to Do About It?
 

Dr. Budson is Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine. His special interests are Memory, Alzheimers disease, and Dementia.

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October 26th, 2017

Dr. Andrew Budson, comments on the topic, Can Biomarker Data Predict Individual Risk for Alzheimer's, on the AlzForum and his comment was featured in the article. Dr. Budson said that currently, he can only tell patients with accelerated brain atrophy that such shrinkage is more common in Alzheimer’s patients than normal agers. “Now, I may be able to give patients and families a different answer,”

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October 12th, 2017

Listen to Dr. Andrew Budson's interview discussing, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory on Intelligent Medicine with Joan Hamburg.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast

October 10th, 2017

Listen to Dr. Andrew Budson's interview discussing, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory on Intelligent Medicine with Dr. Ronald Hoffman.

Part 1

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book Review

October 8th, 2017

Budson and O’Connor, a neurologist and neuropsychologist, respectively, present an informative and accessible discussion of memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and other mental-health concerns.

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book Review

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October 6th, 2017

“Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory” addresses one of the most feared aspects of aging with solid scientific information and real-world advice. Drs. Andrew Budson and Maureen O’Connor are both professors of neurology and they deliver the newest information on Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders but they begin with “What is memory?”

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October 5th, 2017

Spirituality & Practice reviewed Dr. Andrew Budson's book, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory: What's Normal, What's Not, and What to Do About It.

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September 29th, 2017

Dr. Andrew Budson and his book, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory, is highlighted in Seniors Bluebook.

Check out the article here on page 91!

September 21st, 2017

Andrew Budson directs the Alzheimer’s Research Center’s National Institutes of Health–funded efforts to educate clinicians and the public in better understanding the disease and related disorders as well as to encourage people to participate in research. Photo by Cydney Scott

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XRAY In The Morning

Portland, United States

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September 18th, 2017

Listen to Dr. Andrew Budson's interview discussing, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory on XRAY in the Morning with Jefferson Smith.

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Listen to Dr. Andrew Budson's interview discussing, Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory on Wharton Knowledge Podcast

September 13, 2017

Dr. Andrew Budson is quoted in a Rueters Health Article!

 

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