The Doctor Is In
Missed your "appointment" with The Doctor Is In lecture series this month?
One hour discussions. Lifelong benefits.
at 9 a.m.
Patrick Henry Mall
Food Court, Newport News
Dr. Paul Evans, III, MD
Family Medicine & Geriatric Medicine
Riverside Medical Group
Riverside Medical Group’s free lecture series is serving up valuable health information in the food court at the Patrick Henry Mall, on the last Wednesday of each month. And the April 30th The Doctor Is In is no exception. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about a condition that affects an estimated 5.2 million Americans in 2014 – two-thirds of them women – from board-certified Family Medicine and Geriatric Medicine Specialist Paul E. Evans, MD. In this lecture, Dr. Evans will discuss topics that include:
- Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias – separating myths from facts
- Can Alzheimer’s be prevented or can the progression be slowed down?
- The difference between Alzheimer’s disease and age-related memory loss
- When you should see a doctor
- The search for answers: brain imaging and other research advancements
- FDA approved drugs that treat Alzheimer’s symptoms
- What every care giver should know … and do
- The importance of support networks
The discussion is free, the coffee is free and it’s a great opportunity to bring a friend, family member or neighbor and learn more about what you should know about Alzheimer’s.
Patrick Henry Mall, Food Court
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