Nicole (Nikki) Maphis will speak on “What is Alzheimer’s Disease? The Biology Behind the Epidemic” at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17 at the Bradbury Science Museum.
Many people are familiar with the clinical changes of Alzheimer’s disease, such as progressive memory loss and difficulty with writing, reading, speaking, and performing daily tasks. What people don’t see is what is happening on the inside.
This presentation will go through the perfect storm happening inside of the brain of those with Alzheimer’s disease in a way everyone can understand. It also will explain
Fibromyalgia is a physical condition that causes pain in a person’s muscle tissue and joints. The condition affects between 2 and 4 percen of the population and is seen more often in women than men. Individuals affected by fibromyalgia experience muscle stiffness and pain, headaches and difficulty sleeping.
While there are many mysteries about the causes and treatment of fibromyalgia, exercise is, more and more, becoming one of the most recommended treatment options. Traditionally, light cardiovascular exercise and stretching have been thought to be the best exercise
Classic Air Medical helicopter in flight. Courtesy/PEEC
To live in Northern New Mexico is to be surrounded by rugged beauty. But what happens if you have a medical emergency when you’re out exploring the wilderness?
Luckily Classic Air Medical, a helicopter medical transport service, is ready to help. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, at the Los Alamos Nature Center, 2600 Canyon Road, meet pilot Geoff Rodgers and the medical team to discuss the exciting work of this helicopter rescue company and how they work with the local community.
Rodgers is a former Los Alamos County councilor who served
LAMS runners and walkers are invited to hit the track before school. Courtesy/LAMS
Los Alamos Middle Schhol sudents and staff are invitted to bring their friends and come out to the LAMS track 7:30-7:50 a.m. before school and walk or run the track.
It is a fun activity guaranteed to improve your mood and fitness level. The LAMS Walk Run Program kicks off Sept. 2. The program is provided by a Los Alamos Heart Council Grant.
For more information, contact Mrs. Watson at email@example.com.
The Los Alamos Community Health Profile Survey ends Aug. 28.
Community members are encouraged to participate in the short survey in order for the Health Council to identify emerging needs. The link is https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GJ9XKJW.
This survey will benefit most by reaching a wide range of people, in order to assist in identifying the emerging needs of the local community.
The Los Alamos Community Health Council is a group of service providers and interested parties who support the development and implementation of health services
Pfenex is a leading-edge biologics company. Courtesy/pfenex.com
San Diego, California-based Pfenex Inc. has announced that it has signed a five year, cost plus fixed fee contract valued at up to $143.5 million with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), for the advanced development of Px563L, a mutant recombinant protective antigen anthrax vaccine.
“This contract for the development of Px563L offers the potential for a dramatic improvement in the rapid production of large amounts of
The long-awaited Los Alamos Relay for Life begins with an Opening Celebration Ceremony recognizing cancer survivors and their caregivers at 6 p.m. tonight at Ashley Pond.
Feliciano Jiron, CEO of Los Alamos Medical Center (LAMC), and Manuel Luna, community manager for Great West Division of the American Cancer Society (ACS) will welcome cancer survivors, caregivers, and everyone who shows up in support of the Los Alamos Relay for Life.
The Los Alamos High School Marching
The Rotary Club of Los Alamos has funded an audio loop (assistive hearing
MENTAL HEALTH News:
Adonata Pyaga will present four free events at San Ildefonso Pueblo on overcoming trauma.
“Did you know there is a distinct brain state that forms during the experience of an emotionally upsetting event?” Pyaga said. “Cognitive approaches to your mental well-being, that is thinking or talking about your upset in a positive light, are not enough to bring quick and lasting relief. If you are weighed down by changing moods, physical stress symptoms, poor concentration and more, you will enjoy learning more!”
Highlights of Pyaga’s events include:
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