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August/September 2015 - Volume 11 - Issue 4 - Contributor Index

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Austin, Phyllis

Nerve-wracking

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Bruno, Basilio

Accepting Epilepsy

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DuLaney, Jim

RLS Response

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Fernald, Denny

Double Trouble: For a retired psychology professor, myasthenia gravis plays tricks with his vision, but not his sense of humor.

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Gabardi, Virginia

Polio Survivors

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Gordon, Debra MS

Can We Talk?: People who discuss their end-of-life wishes are less likely to die in a hospital or burden relatives with tough medical decisions. Here's how to get the conversation...

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Hancock, April

RLS Response

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Hiscott, Rebecca

Rethink Chronic Pain: Opioid painkillers can be addictive and are not always appropriate for long-term use. Experts say an alternative is to think about—and treat—pain differently.

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Rest, Assured: Experts say improving sleep habits is better for insomnia than sleeping pills.

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Jansen, Corey

Bright Idea

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Joseph, Sirven MD, FAAN

You Ask. We Answer: How can families and friends of someone with epilepsy distinguish between a seizure that requires an emergency room visit and one that does not?

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Levy, Annie

Finding His Inner Artist: For John Creveling, 67, Parkinson's disease has unleashed new creative talents.

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Paturel, Amy

Heads First: The number of children who sustain concussions is on the rise. Sports organizations are responding with stricter policies to ensure safer play. Here's what parents and...

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Samson, Kurt

Wearing the Detectives: Wristbands, smartwatches, and other wearable devices allow for more real-time monitoring of seizures and other neurologic symptoms—and, possibly, more...

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Shatin, Leo PhD

Trial Period

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Shaw, Gina

The Exercise Effect: Mounting evidence says physical fitness promotes brain fitness in older adults.

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Out of Isolation: When actress Madeleine Stowe's father was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in the 1960s, the family had few options and little support. Today, Stowe is offering...

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Susan, B.

Healing the Hurt

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Vrable, Suzanne L.

RLS Response

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Winninger, Frank Todd

Stroke Sense

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