Sarah Lock

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Roadmap charts path to sustained brain health, with recommendations for individuals, communities and policymakers.
Increasing vaccination rates have offered a much-needed break from the fear of serious illness and made many people feel more comfortable gathering in person. As temperatures drop, however, and we turn to more indoor activities, we should remain aware of potential COVID-related risks.
Report Cover - Building Workforce Capacity to Improve Detection and Diagnosis of Dementia.
When it comes to dementia, few things matter more than timely detection and proper diagnosis. Yet these vital supports are often lacking.
Report Cover - Better Brain Health through Equity
If you care about brain health and social justice, you know that glaring inequities continue to harm communities of color. We need solutions.
As the executive director of the Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH), I am always on the lookout for brain-healthy foods. I scan grocery aisles for chocolate bars with more than 70 percent cocoa, feel that I’m stimulating my brain when I down my morning coffee and even feel virtuous when drinking…
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In April 2015, the Institute of Medicine released a groundbreaking report on what older Americans can do to keep their brains healthy. The report said that obesity was likely to increase the risk of cognitive decline. The same month, a major study in the British medical journal Lancet found that…
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