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Breaking News (something we have stated before) – Exercise plays a significant role in delaying or reducing the risk of onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

More information regarding dementia-related scientific breakthroughs, drugs, studies, and more can be found on our Links page.

Razor Sharp Minds Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, was founded on the belief that a cure can be found for Alzheimer’s Disease. To this end, Razor Sharp Minds supports direct scientific research and promotes healthy habits that lead to healthy minds.

Over 90% of donations to Razor Sharp Minds support direct scientific research and Foundation programs. Please donate today!

Razor Sharp Minds Foundation is committed to supporting and funding scientific research and clinical practice efforts dedicated to finding a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.  MCW Razor Sharp Minds focuses on regional efforts to find a cure, including research and clinical practice efforts that support and encourage important aspects of life affected by Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia. We are especially proud to partner with the Dementia Research Center of the Medical College of Wisconsin.

We understand that, while significant scientific discoveries and advances have been made, the adverse effects of Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia on our daily lives is palpable. Whether it is a close family member, friend, or acquaintance, it seems everyone knows someone who has suffered or is suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease or some form of dementia.

To this end, we seek to educate the public about the how healthy lifestyle habits can counteract, or at least delay, the onset of dementia. Razor Sharp Minds supports and encourages many important aspects of life affected by Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia, including development of improved therapies for those living with the disease, endeavors related to educating the public about Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia, and the benefits a healthy lifestyle has on the mind.

Through our advocacy and educational programs, and via information accessible in our blog posts, our posts on Twitter or Facebook, and through The Links Page, we want you to know how you can make small and not so small changes in habits that can have a consequential impact on the health of your mind now and later in life.

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