Dr. Sharon Cohen on New Alzheimer’s Treatment & Kathy Buckworth on Being A Grandparent During The Pandemic – August 23 2020

It’s being called a new era in the treatment of Alzheimer’s, a disabling and deadly disease of the brain that affects up to 50 million around the world, with 10 million new cases each year. Current approved treatments do not slow its progression but Dr. Sharon Cohen, director of the Toronto Memory Program, says that could soon change.

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As children prepare to return to school, the children aren’t the only ones who are nervous. So are their parents, and grandparents, and/or caregivers. Six-time award winning author and spokesperson on parenting, and now grandparenting, Kathy Buckworth sat down with Bob Komsic.