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In a nation where wearing a mask to protect the health of others and ourselves is a highly politicized topic of debate, we must all become more diligent in deciphering facts from fiction regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. However, misinformation and the disorganized response of our administration have made it difficult to know exactly what to…

Today there is a lot of uncertainty on just about everything.  I know it’s a little bit scary returning to your normal routine and going about business as usual, but we must gradually return back for ourselves and for our beloved business owners.  It’s possible that you are anxious to get back to your barber…

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.  The mind and body are not disconnected so we can definitely say that there is no health without mental health.  During the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, this month takes on a whole new meaning.  Even before the COVID-19, millions of Americans were affected by mental illness.  African Americans with lower…

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      Contact:           Jim Herlihy, Senior Marketing & Communications Director | (720) 699-9286 or jherlihy@alz.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE It’s not news that people of color, both Black African Americans as well as Hispanic Latinos, are at greater risk for Alzheimer’s disease. What is new is that this added risk – largely attributed to a…

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