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More than Just a “Senior Moment?"
When should forgetfulness promote cause for cognitive concern? President and Chief Executive Officer of The Cooper Institute, Laura DeFina, MD, explains the difference between the symptoms of aging and dementia.


Wrap Your Head Around Brain Fitness
Exercise is not only for your heart but your head, too! Cooper Fitness Center Director of Personal Training Education Carla Sottovia, PhD, discusses the importance of physical activity to your overall brain health.

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Energy Drinks vs. Energizing Foods
Ditch the quick-fix and opt for long-lasting energy. Cooper Clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Cynthanne Duryea explains the negative effects of energy drinks and provides strategies to sustain energy levels with food.


Dr. Cooper's Tips for Alzheimer's Prevention
Feel like you're bound to fall victim to forgetfulness? Cooper Aerobics Founder and Chairman Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH, shares scientifically-backed practices to help prevent Alzheimer's disease.

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Cooper Weight Loss logo NEW Virtual Cooper Weight Loss Programs
See the results for yourself! Experience the customized transformative Cooper Weight Loss program, now available in two virtual options to help you achieve your health goals. The six-month, medically-supervised program—through Cooper Clinic—incorporates nutrition, behavior change and fitness programming for lasting weight loss. Learn more here.
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First Nutrition Director at Cooper Clinic Georgia Kostas reminisces on the sweet beginnings of the now world renowned, preventive-focused nutrition services at Cooper Clinic. Read more.
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Tired of sacrificing taste for time? This flavorful fish dish will easily become your new weeknight favorite. Recipe provided by Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services.
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Cooper Fitness Center Director of Education Carla Sottovia, PhD, demonstrates a choreography routine with the ViPR to improve memory and coordination. Watch the video.

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