Dementia's Effect on Families, a discussion following the showing of the film "Away From Her" at Athens-Clarke County Library on February 3, 2018. Ashley Young-Roesler from Arbor Terrace and Dr Lois Ricci from AARP participated, and the program was moderated by Betsy Bean from Boom Magazine, who facilitated the program and was co-sponsor along with Reflecting, Sharing, Learning.
A lecture at Athens-Clarke County Library in Athens, Georgia by Dr. Subodh Agrawal on how Americans can increase longevity and live a healthier, more connected lifestyle while reducing healthcare costs and improving quality of life. He talks about identified factors that can contribute to longevity and health, including diet, exercise, lifestyle, and others.
Dr Agrawal received his medical degree from Sawai Man Singh Medical College and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is founder of The Human Yoga Project whose focus is integrating healthy philosophies into everyday life to increase longevity and live a healthier more connected lifestyle. He is an Interventional Cardiologist at Athens Heart Center, and he developed the Doctors Accountable Care Organization which seeks to implement better independent practices that work for the patients and physicians while setting an example of true, patient-oriented service to those that follow.