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HTPN - Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology Associates
Dr. Padilla has authored a chapter on “Neuropsychiatric features across Neurodegenerative Diseases" in the book, Neurodegenerative Diseases: Unifying Principles, edited by Jeffrey Cummings and Jagan Pillai.
Dr. Padilla discusses tips for persuading a loved one to get checked out for Alzheimer’s.
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Dr. Padilla contributed to Baylor Scott & White's blog, "Scrubbing In" explaining the difference between dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
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Dr. Padilla has authored a chapter on “Delirium” in Bradley’s Neurology in Clinical Practice, 7th edition. This three-volume text is the most prestigious reference in all of Neurology. Dr. Robert Daroff, one of the lead editors, is the most highly respected Neurologist nationally. Congratulations Dr. Padilla on such an accomplishment!
Do mind games actually improve cognitive function? Dr. Padilla discusses how keeping the brain stimulated is key to brain health.
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After six months of appointments with various physicians and an unsuccessful regimen of anti-depressant medications, Larry’s family turned to Dr. Padilla for help. She diagnosed him with early onset Alzheimer’s and gave him resources to thrive in the face of the disease.
to read his story.
As more Americans begin to age, the number of families affected by Alzheimer’s disease — a progressive brain disorder that affects memory, thinking, and communication.
to read about remaining connected with loved ones through the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
to learn how to keep a loved one with Alzheimer’s safe.
Can a salvia test really detect your genetic "risk" of Alzheimer's? Dr. Padilla weighs in.
Dr. Padilla was a guest on KERA (90.1 FM) discussing the MIND diet. Research has found a combination of the DASH and Mediterranean diets can help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and improve brain health.
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