Tuesday Talks at BCP -- Saving Your Brain

    

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Tuesday, March 21 – “Saving Your Brain” by local resident Ted Harrison, MD. Dr. Ted will tell us how to help avoid Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, dementia, etc. as you grow older.


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Ted Harrison is a long time Boquete resident. He started the predecessor to Boquete.Ning and Chiriqui.Life (called Boquete.Org) way back in about 2002. He also started the first weekly newspaper here called the Bajareque Times.

He's seen a lot of changes in Boquete and also in the expat population

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Access to Ted Harrison's Presentation Materials

Dr. Ted Harrison has provided a copy of his presentation materials as used in the his interesting talk yesterday at the BCP Theater. Note that there was a typo in his presentation materials, which was caught in real time during his presentation. The copy provided here is a corrected copy.

Click on the below link to download the PDF version of his presentation materials. Be advised that downloading of content on CL requires that you be registered and logged into the website. If you are not already a member, then click on the "Sign Up" icon in the upper right of the home (index) page. There is no cost involved in using CL.

SaveYourBrain.pdf

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34 minutes ago, MBA2wilde said:

Can't open the PDF for save your brain' help please

Margo

Can you send me a PM (private message) with a phone number, and I will call to help diagnose the problem. We've received several comments thanking us for posting the presentation materials, so it is reasonable to say that there is nothing wrong with the PDF itself, which leaves only a couple of options. We are willing to help, but it would be best to handle via telephone.

To send us a PM, click on @Admin_01 and then click on the message icon (it looks like an envelope).

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I get a message saying that Safari canot open the file.Victor

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19 minutes ago, VPanama said:

I get a message saying that Safari canot open the file.Victor

I make the same request of you that I made of MBA2wikde: send a PM with a phone number and we will help diagnose the problem.

Before posting these kinds of documents they are fully tested using different browsers and different machines, etc. Obviously something is broken, but we have no way of knowing without diagnosing it.

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2 hours ago, Admin_01 said:

I make the same request of you that I made of MBA2wikde: send a PM with a phone number and we will help diagnose the problem.

Before posting these kinds of documents they are fully tested using different browsers and different machines, etc. Obviously something is broken, but we have no way of knowing without diagnosing it.

VPanama's issued has now been resolved.

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Several people came up to me after the talk very concerned about the possible bad effects of the proton pump inhibitor class of drugs (omeprazole (Prilosec, Losec), dexlansoprazole (Dexilant), esomeprazole (Nexium), lansoprazole (Prevacid), pantoprazole (Protonix), rabeprazole (Aciphex)). At the time the only alternatives I could think of were ranitidine and cimetidine. However, in catching up with my reading I see that Life Extension magazine has recently published an article with details about a couple of unconventional therapies which might help. The article is here. You must take it with a little grain of salt, of course, as Life Extension Foundation sells a product containing these ingredients.

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