Kaitlin Casaletto on The Impact of a Healthy Lifestyle on Dementia Progression

By Lecia Bushak | January 9th, 2020

Being Patient spoke with Kaitlin Casaletto, a neuropsychologist and assistant professor at UCSF Memory and Aging Center, about the results of her study on the impact of regular physical and mental activity on brain health, particularly among those with a predisposition to develop frontotemporal dementia.

If you find our articles and interviews helpful, please consider becoming a supporting member of our community. Frustrated by the lack of an editorially independent source of information on brain health and Alzheimer’s disease, we decided to create Being Patient. We are a team of dedicated journalists covering the latest research on Alzheimer’s, bringing you access to the experts and elevating the patient perspective on what it’s like to live with dementia.

Please help support our mission.

Leave a Reply

We are glad you have chosen to leave a comment. Please keep in mind that comments are moderated according to our comment policy.