Krystal Allan’s Alzheimer’s Story

Krystal Allan’s Alzheimer’s Story

I have Alzheimer’s disease running though both sides of my family and have experienced firsthand the pain and suffering created for everyone caught up in the wake of this devastating disease. On my mother’s side was Aunt Doris, affectionately called Tee-Tee, the very...
Dr. Lisa Mosconi on Menopause and the Brain

Dr. Lisa Mosconi on Menopause and the Brain

Lisa Mosconi, PhD is an Associate Professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and Radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM), and the Director of the Alzheimer’s Prevention Program at WCM/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Her current two-year grant is the fifth WAM Research...
A Q&A With Dr. Madison Simons of Cleveland Clinic

A Q&A With Dr. Madison Simons of Cleveland Clinic

Madison Simons, PsyD is a gastrointestinal psychologist in the Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute at Cleveland Clinic. This month, she answered our questions about the gut-brain connection and how our diet could have an effect on our mood. Read the Q&A with...
A Q&A With Dr. Kia-Rai Prewitt of Cleveland Clinic

A Q&A With Dr. Kia-Rai Prewitt of Cleveland Clinic

Kia-Rai Prewitt, PhD is a psychologist with Cleveland Clinic Behavioral Health. For Mental Health Awareness month, we spoke to her about anxiety, what causes it, and how to build habits that can help manage it. Read the Q&A with Dr. Kia-Rai Prewitt below. WAM: The...