News from the Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation
May 2022
President's Message
What's Love Got To Do With It?

To really take care of your brain so you can stay sharp all through your life – and do everything possible to prevent Alzheimer’s disease (AD) – requires a unique state of mind. I’m going to call this state of mind “brain love.” You really need to love your brain enough to live a full-on brain longevity lifestyle.

We saw this in my original research in 1995, when I discovered that what works for the heart, works for the head. To live a brain-healthy lifestyle means that you're helping your heart too, and beyond that, your immune system and every other system in your body.

This has been revealed again by ARPF’s great research partner and Scientific Advisory Council member, Miia Kivipelto, MD, PhD, who recently published another important scientific article: Trials and Treatments for Vascular Brain Health: Risk Factor Modification and Cognitive Outcomes. 

Love your brain and make Alzheimer’s prevention a reality.

Yours in Brain Health,

Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D.
President / Medical Director

PS: Want to share the love? We appreciate your support to continue this amazing Mission. Donate Here.
Discover all the exciting activities ARPF has in store by visiting us on the web at:
Webinar Review
Thank you for an exceptional discussion on how spiritual practices affect your longevity and quality of life.

Here's what participants had to say:

"Very inspirational speaker. Everything he shared was amazing. Wish we had more time! Maybe a second webinar?"

"Thank you for this informative lecture. The speaker was excellent."

"I enjoyed Dr. Stephen Post's presentation. He reinforced the concept of being kind, helping others and volunteering provides health values, both physical and mental, to both the recipient and the giver."
“Social Work with Elders" Essay by Lydia Buckley
"I reached out to the Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation for a short informational interview for a project in one of my university classes. I am so grateful for Kirti's kindness and sincerity in answering my questions and for her sharing her knowledge of the ARPF's prevention and research efforts. I learned so much about the ARPF, and I am very thankful for both her time and the amazing efforts of everyone at the ARPF." – Lydia Buckley

The ARPF team is so happy to see our work inspiring students to bring more light to Alzheimer's prevention!

Donor Spotlight
Fraternal Order of Eagles and Auxiliary Club #4299
We want to express our heartfelt gratitude to the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie & Auxiliary #4299 for their continuing support of ARPF. Based in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, they've been regularly donating for the last 9 years! We are honored to partner with this fantastic group and receive their support to help all people. 

Thank you!
Product Spotlight
New White Paper
We are thrilled to present "Our Innovative Research Throughout The Years" White Paper. This document overviews all the amazing research you have helped us produce. We couldn't have done it alone – Thank You!
"I’m incredibly grateful to all of you who supported this pioneering vision and dedicate this white paper to you, our precious donors. It is my sincere hope that we can continue making strides forward, helping to eradicate Alzheimer’s and keep families enjoying their loved ones with the hope of a more vibrant and fulfilled future." – Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD
There are no requirements or prerequisites to becoming a Brain Longevity Specialist– this course is for anyone interested in improving brain health and living a long, healthy life. For more information visit
If you’d like to shake things up this year, create a birthday fundraiser for ARPF that everyone can celebrate. Facebook fundraisers are a popular way to give back to a cause you’re passionate about on your special day.
Do you buy or sell on eBay? You can easily round up your purchase or donate a portion of your sale to ARPF! Just follow the prompts and look for “Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation.”

In Memory/ In Honor Donors
April 2022
Thank you for giving ARPF the opportunity to honor your loved ones and your special occasions. Donor list from April.
Your ARPF is honored to be a part of Ever Loved’s memorial website. This is a beautiful way to celebrate a loved one’s life in an elegant, community-oriented memorial fund. Ever Loved makes funeral planning and connecting with providers, friends, and family as simple as possible.

If you would like to leave a legacy for your loved one through supporting ARPF research and initiatives, please visit our page. We are so thankful to those who wish to include ARPF during such a sensitive time. We will continue to make strides in Alzheimer’s prevention in memory of all those who have been afflicted by dementia. We are forever grateful.
Officers and Board Members
TREASURER - Bert Beatty, MHA
SECRETARY - Kirti K. Khalsa 
MEMBERS - Fletcher Wilkins, BS
- Le Craven

Executive Staff
SENIOR ADVISOR - Simran S. Stuelpnagel
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ARPF is a Proud Member of:
Medical and Scientific Advisory Council
George Perry, Ph.D., Professor of Biology & Chemistry, Chief Scientist, Brain Health Consortium University of Texas at San Antonio, TX 

Kateřina Sheardová, M.D., Ph.D., Head of the Memory Center ICRC St. Anne´s University Hospital Brno, Czech Republic
Daniel Amen, M.D., Director of the Amen Clinics, Costa Mesa, CA
Ma Gloria Borras-Boneu, M.D., GRD Health Institute - Barcelona, Spain
Hiroko Dodge, Ph.D., Kevreson Research Professor of Neurology University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Oregon Health & Science University
Nancy Emerson Lombardo, Ph.D., Adjunct Research Assistant Professor of Neurology Boston University, School of Medicine, Alzheimer’s Disease Center, Boston, MA
Elissa Epel, Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco, CA
Fayron Epps, Ph.D., RN, Principal Investigator of the Faith Village Research Lab, Atlanta, GA
Annie Fenn, M.D., Women’s health specialist & Founder of Brain Health Kitchen, Jackson Hole, WY
Karen E. Innes, MSPH, Ph.D.,Professor of Epidemiology, Western Virginia University School of Public Health, Morgantown, WV
Richard S. Isaacson, M.D., Director, Alzheimer's Prevention Program, Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL
Tejinder Kaur Khalsa, M.D., M.S., FRCP, Senior Associate Consultant, General Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Miia Kivipelto, M.D., Ph.D., Aging Research Center and Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Karolinska Institute - Stockholm, Sweden
Karen Koffler, M.D., Medical Director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at University of Miami, FL
Helen Lavretsky, M.D., M.S., Professor, Department of Psychiatry, UCLA Semel Institute and Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital- Los Angeles, CA
Lisa Mosconi, Ph.D., Director, Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
Andrew B. Newberg, M.D., Director, Marcus Institute of Integrative Health –Myrna Brind Center Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
Arti Prasad, M.D., FACP, Chief of Medicine, Hennepin Medical Ctr Professor/Vice Chair of Medicine, University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN
Michelle Sierpina, Ph.D., Founding Director, UTMB Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, TX 
Leonard A. Wisneski, MD, FACP, Clinical Professor of Medicine at George Washington University Medical Center, Washington, DC