Aging
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  • Jun 10 2021

The new clinic is currently under construction at UK HealthCare’s Turfland campus along Harrodsburg Road, with a target occupancy date of November 2021.

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  • Jun 7 2021

A published study focused on polyamines, molecules produced by our own cells and found in the foods we eat. Polyamine supplementation could boost mitochondrial function and memory as we age.

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  • Apr 29 2021

The event will focus on brain health and older adult wellbeing and strategies to maximize both. Additionally, presentations will include information relating to life during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Apr 27 2021

A multi-disciplinary collaboration led by Dr. Peter Sawaya from the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging are in the process of producing a series of videos, aimed at primary caregivers for family members and loved ones living with dementia.

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  • Apr 1 2021

The educational film titled, Spark, delves deeper into the disease, its biology, myriad of clinical symptoms and its impact on both the person with LBD and the primary caregiver. A post-screening panel will feature doctors from the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute.

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  • Jan 26 2021

Newly published research has found familiar music can elicit an extended emotional response in patients with Alzheimer’s-type dementia. The findings from this potential new approach were featured in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.

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  • Oct 27 2020

In the sessions for both the scientific and community audience, attendees will have the opportunity to hear clinicians and researchers from UK and other institutions share current findings, trends, and latest updates on dementia and aging disorders.

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  • Oct 28 2019

Guest speaker Adam Brickman, professor of Neuropsychology, Columbia University, as well as research updates from Sanders-Brown Center on Aging.

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  • Oct 22 2019

The double-blind trial, conducted at UK and UAB, found that older adults who took metformin while performing rigorous resistance exercise training had smaller gains in muscle mass than the placebo group.

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  • Oct 7 2019

The research is novel in that it is exploring efficacy in treating more than one form of dementia at the same time.