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Brad Sodul’s Dual Passions

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It is obvious to anyone who knows him that Bradley Sudol nurtures two very distinct passions in his life. It is clear that he has a passion for his primary career, where he serves as a master electrician based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His certification as a master electrician with a specialty in low-voltage wiring shows that Brad Sodul cares very deeply about being the best electrical professional he can be.

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Brad Sodul’s Dual Passions

  1. 1. Brad Sodul’s Dual Passions It isobvioustoanyone whoknowshimthat Bradley Sudol nurtures two very distinct passions in his life. It is clear that he has a passion for his primary career, where he serves as a master electrician basedinPhiladelphia,Pennsylvania.His certification as a master electrician with a specialty in low- voltage wiringshowsthatBradSodul cares verydeeply about being the best electrical professional he can be. The fact that Brad is OSHA certified for his ability to work safely demonstrates that he cares about working safely around electricity and that he cares about making sure the people aroundhimare safe,as well.Bradalsohas beenNCCERcertifiedforbothelectrical andcarpentryfor about the last decade or so and he is capable of working on fire alarms, and he’s also certified to work on those. Brad Sodul has another passion, in which he acts as an advocate for Alzheimer’s research and awareness. He does that because he is unhappy about the toll the disease has taken on society. Currently,there isnocure for Alzheimer’s,but the medical research has made many inroads on the treatmentof the disease.There are now many treatments available that can help with many of the cognitive andbehavioral symptomsandassistpatientswithmaintainingtheirqualityof life just a bit longer. For example,the FoodandDrugAdministration(FDA) has approved a number of medications, such as cholinesterase inhibitors and memantine, which are used to treat the cognitive symptoms, like memorylossandconfusion.While theireffectsare limited,theycanextendanAlzheimer’spatient’s quality of life for a few years, which is good for the families of patients, as well as for the patients themselves.

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