In this seminar held at NYU's Silberstein Institute (the Aging and Dementia Clinical and Research institute at NYU Langone Medical Center), three speakers address lifestyle, genetic, and physical risks for memory loss and how to minimize the stress of caring for a loved one with memory concerns.
Mary Mittelman, Dr. P.H., is the Director of the Psychosocial Research Program at the Aging and Dementia Clinical Research Center of the Silberstein Institute.
Ralph Nixon, M.D., Ph.D, is Vice Chair of Psychiatry at NYU and Director of the Silberstein Institute.
Thomas Wisniewski, M.D., is a neurologist for the clinical director of the Pearl Barlow Center for Memory Evaluation and Treatment.
Dr. Ralph Nixon illuminates the positive effects of a healthy diet and exercise in reducing Alzheimer's risk and recommends consuming wine and fish along with a lifestyle of mental and physical exercise.