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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Meet Kano, Kansas’ first certified K-9 pit bullcocaine, heroin and ecstasy. In the future, Paden hopes to have Kano trained in
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
cocaine, heroin and ecstasy. In the future, Paden hopes to have Kano trained in tracking as well. Stafford police chief Doug Brown said the town has had an increase in drugs, mostly marijuana and methamphetamine. He knows Kano will be an asset... Read more
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Daily Mail
Would YOU take the test that predicts Alzheimer’s?Society ‘Having a predictive genetic test may remove uncertainty and allow you
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Society ‘Having a predictive genetic test may remove uncertainty and allow you to plan for the future,’ says Dr Doug Brown, the Alzheimer’s Society’s director of research and development. ‘It may make you eligible for a trial of a new... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Museum Christmas Train Sale proved popularFrosty the Snowman. Another activity had kids making their own snowmen out of s
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 27 days ago
Frosty the Snowman. Another activity had kids making their own snowmen out of socks. There was live music by Heather and Doug Brown, of The Browns Magical Time Machine, of Meaford. More than a dozen volunteers helped sort, price and set up the... Read more
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The Manila Times
Study shows video games could cut dementia risk in seniorsat University College London. “I find it implausible that such a brief interve
The Manila Times / Posted 27 days ago
at University College London. “I find it implausible that such a brief intervention could have this effect.” According to Doug Brown, director of research at Alzheimer’s Society, the study is “positive” in that it spanned a decade and compared... Read more
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asianage
Playing video games reduces dementia risk in seniors, says studyat University College London. "I find it implausible that such a brief interve
asianage / Posted 28 days ago
at University College London. "I find it implausible that such a brief intervention could have this effect." According to Doug Brown, director of research at Alzheimer's Society, the study is "positive" in that it spanned a decade and compared... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Video games could cut dementia risk in seniors, says studyat University College London. "I find it implausible that such a brief interve
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
at University College London. "I find it implausible that such a brief intervention could have this effect." According to Doug Brown, director of research at Alzheimer's Society, the study is "positive" in that it spanned a decade and compared... Read more
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iafrica.com
Video games could cut dementia riskat University College London. "I find it implausible that such a brief interve
iafrica.com / Posted 28 days ago
at University College London. "I find it implausible that such a brief intervention could have this effect." According to Doug Brown, director of research at Alzheimer's Society, the study is "positive" in that it spanned a decade and compared... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Video games could cut dementia risk in seniorsat University College London. "I find it implausible that such a brief interve
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 28 days ago
at University College London. "I find it implausible that such a brief intervention could have this effect." According to Doug Brown, director of research at Alzheimer's Society, the study is "positive" in that it spanned a decade and compared... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Study shows video games could cut dementia risk in seniorsat University College London. “I find it implausible that such a brief interve
The Borneo Post / Posted 28 days ago
at University College London. “I find it implausible that such a brief intervention could have this effect.” According to Doug Brown, director of research at Alzheimer’s Society, the study is “positive” in that it spanned a decade and compared... Read more
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International Business Times
Brain training game can 'reduce dementia risk' say scientists in controversial claim may help people to ward off dementia, but due to limitations of the research, w
International Business Times / Posted 29 days ago
may help people to ward off dementia, but due to limitations of the research, we can't confidently conclude this," said Doug Brown, Director of Research from the Alzheimer's Society. "As it relied on self-reporting of dementia in many cases... Read more
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The Morning Call
Grand opening for Lower Macungie history museumThe museum is located in the lower level of a barn at Camp Olympic Park, 3120 S
The Morning Call / Posted 29 days ago
The museum is located in the lower level of a barn at Camp Olympic Park, 3120 S. Cedar Crest Blvd. Speakers will include Doug Brown, Lower Macungie Township President, and Patrick Donmoyer, director of Kutztown University's Pennsylvania German... Read more

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