Dr. Rhoda Au, professor of epidemiology and anatomy at Boston University’s Schools of Medicine and Public Health, and faculty member of the world famous and enduring Framingham Heart Study, brings progressive insight about the heart brain link in the aging process and the variability of this process in aging brains. She’ll also take up patient access to our private patient data; a whole new way of decentralizing this asset and making it our own.
In the second segment (minute 35:57) Norma Aguilar, Consul for Community Educational, and Cultural Affairs at the local Mexican Consulate in Santa Ana, extends a warm and gracious invitation with to their seasonal offerings while she explains their ongoing charge. Tis a lovely time to cover these occasions while many celebrate La Posada with all its universal themes. Ways to remain well informed include: https://www.consulate-info.com/consulate/14390/Mexico-in-Santa-Ana, and http://www.octa.net/Bus/Promotional-Events/Go-PASE/.