Sarah Smith

Content Editor, Prevention Magazine

Sarah Smith is the content director of Prevention, where she oversees the health brand’s editorial on all platforms, including the monthly print magazine, digital site, social media, books, and more. Prevention has been at the forefront of wellness for 70 years, and Ms. Smith has expanded the brand’s reach and deepened its commitment to science. Previously, Ms. Smith was the executive editor at Redbook and the editorial director at the family-health magazine Kiwi, and spent many years at Parenting. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and son.

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Tuesday Oct. 20
3:30 PM
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Building a Movement Across the Life Span to Prevent Dementia

Evidence shows that individuals can reduce dementia risk by modifying lifestyle and other health factors across their lifetime. Dementia is interconnected with conditions such as heart disease and diabetes and with obesity, income security and other social determinants of health. Together, these factors translate into higher impacts of Alzheimer’s on communities of color and women and demonstrate the need for a comprehensive approach to brain health. Join experts and advocates for a conversation about brain health across the life span. Key question: How do we build a multisector movement to reduce the prevalence of dementia by 30 percent or more by 2030?

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