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Featuring Dr. Paul Nussbaum, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Author of "Save Your Brain"

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Co-Founder Susan Baida, will interview Dr. Paul Nussbaum, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Author of "Save Your Brain."

Doctor Nussbaum has 25 years experience with elderly suffering dementia and related disorders. An expert in neuroanatomy and human behavior, he has published many peer reviewed articles, books, and chapters in the scientific community. He is an international leader in the area of brain health lifestyle. His books on brain health include Save your Brain and Your Brain Health Lifestyle are easy to read and informative guides to increasing the health of your brain.

In SAVE YOUR BRAIN, Nussbaum shows readers how to ward off memory loss, improve brain performance, and increase mental fitness by implementing a brain healthy lifestyle. Based on his clinical practice and research, the knowledge and practical tips offered put the tools for establishing a vibrant mental life in the reader’s hands. It’s never too late – or early – to start.

Doctor Nussbaum educates the general public on the basics of the human brain and how to keep the brain healthy over the entire lifespan. He has presented his views on brain health at the United Nations and National Press Club. His keynote presentations across the nation are both informative and fun and he is often interviewed by the local and national press/media.

Dr. Nussbaum serves as the National Director of Brain Health for Emeritus Assisted Living, Chief Scientific Officer for Fitbrains, Inc., Senior Advisor on Brain Health and Education for the International Center for Leadership in Education, Chair of the Advisory Board for Alzheimer’s Prevention by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. Susan Baida and John Mills invite their listeners to visit their website, http://www.eCareDiary.com - a central, no-cost portal for all things aging. Visit the blog, products page, legal docs, etc. at http://www.eCareDiary.com
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