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Dr. Ogedegbe Olugbenga, Professor at New York University School of Medicine

Dr. Ogedegbe Olugbenga is the Author of the study “Circulation, Cardiovascular Quality & Outcomes” which suggests that practicing religion can improve efforts to reduce hypertension in Black people.

Contact for article: ogedeo01@nyu.edu

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https://publichealth.nyu.edu/faculty/olugbenga-ogedegbe

The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter joins us live on Community Connection.

Join us live as we speak about the impact of Alzheimer’s disease in Indiana, and especially how it impacts the African American Community

In Studio Guests: 

Natalie Sutton – Chapter Executive Director

Ralph and Mollie Richards – Their nickname is, Mr. and Mrs. Alzheimer’s,” spreading community awareness of Alzheimer’s disease has been an essential part of their lives, even in retirement.

Laura Forbes – Director of Communications-Alzheimer’s Association Greater Indiana Chapter.

24/7 Helpline – 800.272.3900

https://www.alz.org/indiana

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