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Mar 14, 2024

In this episode, hosts Dr. Daniel Correa and Dr. Katy Peters answer your questions. They discuss the relationship between dementia and heart disease, stroke recovery, and the transition to being a caregiver for a loved one with multiple sclerosis. They also touch on the effects of cerebellum damage and why it feels so good to find people to relate to you in your health journey. Thank you for submitting your questions and sharing your comments about the Brain & Life Podcast.


Dementia & Heart Disease

A Dementia Handbook for Patients and Families

Eating Ultra-Processed Foods May Increase Risk of Dementia

Cardiovascular disease, associated risk factors, and risk of dementia: An umbrella review of meta-analyses


Stroke Recovery

Ed Begley Jr. on Utilizing a Healthy Lifestyle to Thrive with Parkinson’s Disease

Timothy Omundson on Stroke Recovery and His Return to Television

Critical Period After Stroke Study (CPASS): A phase II clinical trial testing an optimal time for motor recovery after stroke in humans


Multiple Sclerosis and Caregiving

Voices from the Multiple Sclerosis Community

Author Samantha Irby's Journey as a Young Caregiver

What is Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?


Finding Community

Creating a Community to Keep Our Brains Healthy

How Mental Health and Brain Health Are Connected

Pilot Study to Describe the Trajectory of Symptoms and Adaptive Strategies of Adults Living with Low-grade Glioma

Social Network Structure Is Related to Functional Improvement From Home-Based Telerehabilitation After Stroke


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Hosts: Dr. Daniel Correa @neurodrcorrea; Dr. Katy Peters @KatyPetersMDPhD