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Public Health News Archives


October 2022
  • Supporting Tribal Communities on Indigenous People’s Day
  • Subjective Cognitive Decline High Among Trans/Nonbinary Older Adults
  • BOLD Center of Excellence on Early Detection Symposium
  • Momentum Discussion: Translating Evidence into Practice: The Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map at the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) Annual Scientific Meeting
  • World Alzheimer’s Day Report Webinar
September 2022
  • Alzheimer's Preparedness Tips for Disasters: Resources for Public Health
  • Experiences of Racism Negatively Affect Memory
  • Ultra-Processed Food and Dementia Risk: What You Eat Affects Your Brain
  • Hispanic Heritage Month Webinar: Alzheimer's and Dementia Conversations: Listening to the Voices of the Hispanic Community
August 2022 Announcement
  • Final Chance: Help Inform the Next Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map
August 2022 Special Edition 
  • Two Ways to Get Involved in the Future of Public Health Action on Brain Health
  • Opportunity for Local Health Departments: Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map Strategists 
  • Help Shape the Public Health Response to Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias by Providing Input
July 2022
  • The Process to Develop the Next HBI Road Map Begins. Get Involved to Shape the Future 
  • Alzheimer's & Brain Awareness Month
  • What Those Living with Dementia Want You to Know
  • Global Prevalence of Alzheimer's, According to New Research
  • Emerging Evidence on Dementia Risk Factors, Including Childhood Socioeconomic Deprivation; the Impact of Reducing Risk Factors, Especially in Underserved Populations; and How Neighborhood and Educational Factors Interact