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The Passion of Brad Sudol is Apparent Throughout His Life

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It is no secret that Brad Sudol indulges two passions in his life. Obviously, one passion comes with his main career as an electrician based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In that career, he is certified as a master electrician with a specialty in low-voltage wiring. Brad also is one of the safest in the country when working around electricity, which is why OSHA has certified him as a safe electrician.

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The Passion of Brad Sudol is Apparent Throughout His Life

  1. 1. The Passion of Brad Sudol is Apparent Throughout His Life It is no secret that Brad Sudol indulges two passions in his life. Obviously, one passion comes with hismaincareer as an electricianbasedinPhiladelphia,Pennsylvania.Inthatcareer, he is certified as a master electrician with a specialty in low-voltage wiring. Brad also is one of the safest in the countrywhenworkingaroundelectricity,whichiswhyOSHA hascertifiedhimasasafe electrician.If youneedmore evidence,BradSudol alsohasbeenNCCERcertifiedforboth electrical and carpentry for about the last decade or so and he is also certified to work on fire alarms. To satisfyhisotherpassion, BradSudol servesasan activistandadvocate forincreased research and awarenessof the toll taken on society by Alzheimer’s, a disease that represents the most common form of dementia for those who suffer from that. There is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s, but throughitsresearchfor a cure, medical science hasbeentryingtouse whattheylearntosolve many of the problems associated with the ailment, so there are now treatments available that can help with many of the cognitive and behavioral symptoms and at least help patients maintain their quality of life just a bit longer. For example,the FoodandDrug Administration(FDA) hasapproveddrugsthatseemtohave limited effectiveness, cholinesterase inhibitors and memantine, which are used to treat the cognitive symptoms,like memorylossandconfusion.Thisisimportant;asAlzheimer’sprogresses,itkills brain cellsanddeletescell connections.While the new medications can’t stop the damage to brain cells, they do seem to be able to mitigate the symptoms for a time.

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