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A three part series based on SCIENZA: Memory for Life, a scientifically based program offering the tools to take control of memory and brain fitness, will be offered at The Friendship Center, 1888 Brother Geenen Way, in Sarasota in October and November. Sessions run from 10 – 11:30. The cost for all three sessions is $30, or $10 per session. Call 941.556.3214 to register.

SCIENZA may help reduce the risk of dementia, strengthen your brain, and slow or delay the onset of Alzheimer's. The series, sponsored by Senior Friendship Centers and Youthful Aging Home Health,  includes:

Oct. 25:  It’s the Brain that Runs the Show
Nicci Kobritz, RN, Nurse Practitioner,  President Youthful Aging Home Health & Scienza
What basic tools can help you keep your brain in top condition? Understand the physiology of these tools and why they may work along with research.

Nov. 1: Lots of Research out There But What’s Really Valid?
Michael Hoffman, MD, FCPSA, FAAN, FAHA Cognitive Neurologist, Roskamp Institute.
Learn about the latest validated research supporting the basic tools for strengthening memory  with  updates on finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia.

Nov. 8:  Just Remember You Are What You Eat
Dr. Chippy Nalluri, MDm Heart Specialists of Sarasota
The Mediterranean Diet - why and how it supports brain health; the major food items that support brain fitness and food items to stay away from. A review of the best cookbooks for healthy brain function is also included.

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