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"Lowering Our Sodium to Potassium Ratio to Reduce Stroke Risk"

Dr. Greger
Time: 4 minutes
Dr. Greger explains how foods can have a positive or negative effect on the function of our arteries and on our risk of stroke

"Lisa Genova: What you can do to prevent Alzheimer's"

Lisa Genova
Time: 14 minutes
Producer: TED Talks
Lisa Genova, PhD, a neuroscientist and author of Still Alice, explains why she believes that an Alzheimer's cure will likely be the prevention or slowing down of the onset of Alzheimer's.

"Longevity: Tales from the Oldest Old Presented by Claudia H. Kawas, M.D."

The 90+ Study
Time: 60 minutes
Producer: UCI Media Services
Claudia Kawas, MD, a Co-Principal Investigator at the 90+ Study, reports on some recent findings of the study.

"What do new nutrition recommendations mean for consumers?"

Alice Lichtenstein
Time: 4 minutes
Producer: PBS
Dr. Alice Lichtenstein, Vice-chair, 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, discusses the committee's recently issued report.

"New federal guidelines for eating healthy"

Steve Nissen
Time: 2 minutes
This video is an NBC News report about the new dietary guidelines for eating healthy.

"Aging and the Normal Brain, Dr. Carol Barnes"

Carol Barnes
Time: 51 minutes
Producer: Coalition for the Life Sciences
Dr. Carol Barnes explains the historical and current scientific understanding of how a person's brain changes as he or she ages.

"Epigenome: The symphony in your cells"

Time: 5 minutes
Producer: Nature Video
An orchestra is used for this explanation of how the same DNA can provide different instructions in different cells.

"What You Didn't Know About Your DNA"

DNA Histones
Time: 4 minutes
Producer: DNews
The video narrator, Trace Dominguez, discusses why DNA can't explain all inherited biological traits.