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More than 100 people attended a panel discussion today highlighting non-traditional methods of treating and preventing Alzheimer's disease.

The event, held at Alexian Brothers Senior Neighbors, featured speakers from the Complementary Health Education Organization, which aims to educate the public about alternative, holistic health services.

Speakers emphasized the importance of proper hydration, exercise and good nutrition in maintaining a healthy body and mind.

Alexian Brothers Senior Neighbors Executive Director Dawn Weber said the group had an "overwhelming" response to the event.

"There are a lot of people who are interested in alternative things they can use to complement traditional medicine," she said.

For complete details see tomorrow's Chattanooga Times Free Press.

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