The Alzheimer’s Association Welcomes a New Era of Treatment

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On July 6, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted traditional approval of Leqembi for the treatment of early Alzheimer’s disease, signifying a new era of treatment for individuals diagnosed with the disease. “This is the first traditional approval of an Alzheimer’s treatment that changes the underlying course of the disease by slowing its progression,” … Read more

The Bee Cause Project: Raising Bee Awareness One School At A Time

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For Tami Enright and Ted Dennard, co-founders of The Bee Cause Project, honey bees are the most admirable, awe-inspiring species on the planet. “Bees live as people should live: naturally, symbiotically and in a manner that only contributes positively to the world around them,” Dennard explained. “On its own, the average worker bee only produces … Read more

AHA Lowcountry: Closer to the Heart

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It began in June 1924 with six cardiologists who wanted to change what one of them called “an unbelievable ignorance about heart disease.” Since then, the American Heart Association has grown into an international organization with more than 35 million volunteers and supporters and 144 local offices throughout the United States. Since 1990, the AHA … Read more