1. The Alzheimer’s Prevention Cookbook

Recipes to Boost Brain Health By Dr. Marwan Sabbagh and Beau MacMillan Alzheimer’s disease is among the greatest health-care crises of the twenty-first century. There are 5.4 million people with Alzheimer’s in the United States. One in...

2. Palliative Care for Advanced Alzheimer’...

Guidelines and Standards for Evidence-Based Care By Gary Martin, PhD and Marwan N. Sabbagh, MD This book testifies that caregivers can have a monumental impact on the lives of persons with advanced dementia. Through specialized programming...

3. The Alzheimer’s Answer

Reduce Your Risk and Keep Your Brain Healthy A front-line researcher offers cutting-edge advice on preventing and slowing the progress of Alzheimer’s. Drawing on the most up-to-date information available on the disease as well as...

4. Geriatric Neurology

Aging affects neurological function leading to neurological disease As society grows older, so do the neurological problems associated with aging. These can be new neurological deficits due to the aging process itself, or the effect of...
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Dr. Sabbagh Interviewed on Being Patient, an Alzheimer’s News Site

Dr. Sabbagh Interviewed on Being Patient...

Dr. Sabbagh was recently featured in an interview on BeingPatient.com, an Alzheimer’s news site. In the story, “Is It Alzheimer’s or Another Type of Dementia? How the Experts Make a...
Dr. Sabbagh on the The Social Television Network

Dr. Sabbagh on the The Social Television...

Dr. Marwan Sabbagh was recently featured on The Social Television Network with Chris Coraggio to discuss the various aspects of Alzheimer’s, including signs and symptoms of early...
Recent Press & Featured Citations

Recent Press & Featured Citations

Below are some recent press and citations featuring Dr. Marwan Sabbagh: Magnetic brain training can slow decline in Alzheimer’s patients Dr. Sabbagh featured in article discussing a new kind of magnetic...

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