Medical School Georgetown University School of Medicine Graduated: 1986
Dr. Barnes graduated from the Georgetown University School of Medicine in 1986. She works in Springfield, OR and specializes in Anesthesiology. Dr. Barnes is affiliated with Mckenzie Willamette Medical Center, Peacehealth Sacred Heart Medical Center Hospital and Sacred Heart Medical Center At Riverbend.
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the gravity of the brain injury. According to study lead author Deborah Barnes of the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Health Care System, veterans with moderate or severe TBIs had close to four times the chance of developing dementia during the studys timeframe than the control group members did.
Date: May 13, 2018
Brain injury in veterans tied to higher Alzheimer's risk
It's not clear why head injuries may play a role in dementia, said lead researcher Deborah Barnes, an epidemiologist at the VA and associate professor at UCSF, but it's possible that the more insults the brain experiences, the more vulnerable it becomes to dementia. It's also plausible that a brain
Date: Jun 26, 2014
Veterans With Brain Injury May Be at Risk for Dementia: Study
years earlier. So clinicians may want to keep an eye out for signs of cognitive impairment in older veterans with a history of [brain injury]," said study author Deborah Barnes, an associate professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine.
Date: Jun 25, 2014
Study: Depression in Middle Age Linked to Dementia Later On
uly causal, or if its a reaction to cognitive impairment, or if the changes in the brain are causing both depression and cognitive decline at the same time, says study author Dr. Deborah Barnes of the University of California, San Francisco, and the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
"This is one of the first studies that looks at sodium," says Deborah Barnes, a dementia expert at the University of California-San Francisco, who was not associated with the study. "It's another important point about diet. You need to eat more fresh fruits and vegetables and stay away from process
co study identified several risk factors. Whats exciting is that this suggests that some very simple lifestyle changes such as increasing physical activity and quitting smoking could have tremendous impact on preventing Alzheimers and other dementias, says study author Deborah Barnes.
Date: Aug 16, 2011
Research finds healthy lifestyle reduces risk of Alzheimer's
ccording to the model presented by the study, reducing all seven risk factors by 10 percent would mean a reduction of 1.1 million Alzheimers cases worldwide and 184,000 cases in the U.S.The study, by California researcher Deborah Barnes, was presented at a major Alzheimer's conference in Paris.
Date: Jul 26, 2011
Avoiding Alzheimer's: Study Finds 7 Preventable Risk Factors
"Given the current absence of disease-modifying treatments, as well as increasing awareness that symptoms develop over many years or even decades, there has been growing interest in identification of effective strategies for prevention of [Alzheimer's disease], wrote Deborah Barnes and Kristine Yaff