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Dr. Bill Thomas speaking at the Distinguished Speaker Series

Author and geriatrician Dr. Bill Thomas was the inaugural speaker for the Distinguished Speaker Series held in Reno Nov. 4 and Las Vegas Nov. 5. The audiences were moved by Dr. Thomas' insightful remarks on aging issues, including elderhood and dementia. The event was hosted by the University of Nevada School of Medicine; University of Nevada, Reno Division of Health Sciences and Sanford Center for Aging; and the Cleveland Clinic | Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health with additional sponsorship in Las Vegas by Harry Winston Brilliant Futures. Photo by Edgar Antonio Núñez at the Keeping Memory Alive Event Center, Cleaveland Clinic, Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.

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Health Watch: Alzheimer's Disease and the 'culture change movement'

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November is Alzheimer's Awareness month. In this segment of the health watch from Beyond the Headlines, Richelle O'Driscoll, Director of Public Affairs for the Division of Health Sciences at the School of Medicine, talks to Dr. Peter Reed, director of the University of Nevada's Sanford Center for Aging, about Alzheimer's Disease and the culture change movement.

Ask the Doctor: Ebola

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James Wilson, M.D., is a research associate professor with the School of Community Health Sciences at UNR. He is our guest in tonight's Ask the Doctor segment. To speak with him during the show, call (775) 858-2222 between 5-6PM.

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