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BrightFocus Foundation
Cure in mind. Cure in Sight.
Cure in mind. Cure in Sight.
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Keeping yourself busy is better, new study discloses. Play a game with some friends on a daily basis or solve a puzzle weekly.

Activities that keep your brain working have shown decreased risk of development of Alzheimer's and Dementia. As stated in the article below, the risk goes down by 23% with social engagement activities.

Stay active to lower your risk! Read full article here: http://bit.ly/2kYw4q5

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Happy Valentine's Day. Tag someone you love. Let them know that you are thinking about them. ❤
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Happy birthday President Ronald Reagan! #alzheimers #eyecelebrate
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Today #EyeCelebrate every moment I get to spend with my family.

Post a photo and tell us why eyesight is important to you. Use #EyeCelebrate in your post!
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Stacy Pagos Haller, President & CEO at BrightFocus Foundation, is featured among these amazing 17 #DisruptiveWomen http://bit.ly/2jQ4L0h

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Eye diseases like glaucoma and macular degeneration often have no symptoms until permanent vision loss occurs. Schedule your comprehensive eye exam today.
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Did you know that there are two different types of age-related macular degeneration (AMD)? Learn about both dry and wet AMD here: http://bit.ly/2jiX1Vx

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Let's change trajectory of Alzheimer's disease! http://bit.ly/2hBVXI9 #ShowSomeLoveCFC CFC #30518 #MondayMotivation
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Alzheimer's Disease Research, a program of BrightFocus Foundation, is working to find a cure, by funding bold, innovative scientific research around the world.

Read about how, with the help of our donors, we're changing the trajectory of Alzheimer's disease: http://bit.ly/2hBVXI9

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BrightFocus Foundation is hosting a workshop, Alzheimer’s Fast Track, to help Alzheimer’s disease researchers to jumpstart their careers.

The workshop will offer graduate students, postdocs, and junior investigators an immersive opportunity to learn and discuss some of the latest trends in Alzheimer’s disease research through close interaction with established leaders in the field.

For more information, visit: http://bit.ly/2dotTL1 #AlzFastTrack
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