Guest blogger Alan Zacharias, M.D., on headaches

This week’s guest blogger, Alan Zacharias, M.D., is one of five neurologists affiliated with Boulder Community Health. Click here for more about Dr. Zacharias and Associated Neurologists. Hi there, I am a neurologist in Boulder and frequently see and treat...

Learning and memory

Learning and memory is one of my favorite topics in neuroscience and today I get to write a blog about it. Hooray! Let’s start with some definitions. Learning is defined as the process by which an experience changes our nervous system and behavior, and we refer to...

Being open to connection

Over the weekend I was reminded of an ancient word, ephphatha, which is usually translated as “to be opened,” as in to be opened to an experience. Another translation, “to be open to connection,” resonated with me because it summarizes my hope for Community...

Alzheimer’s Essentials: Socializing for Support

 Guest blogger Ralph Patrick is the Boulder County Regional Director for the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado.  There are four key components for living well with dementia;  Diet, Exercise, Cognitive Stimulation, and Socialization.  Far too frequently this...

Critical Conversations

We all need to have critical conversations with our family members and friends from time to time. For some caregivers, critical conversations pertain to hot-button issues like driving safety and the need for additional help with complex activities like finances,...

Jodi DeLuca, Ph.D. on the phenomenon of memory

Guest blogger Dr. Jodi J. De Luca, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 17 years of experience, is the owner of Erie Colorado Counseling (www.eriecoloradocounseling.com).  Dr. De Luca specializes in applying the principles of clinical psychology to the overall...