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February/March 2015 - Volume 11 - Issue 1 - Contributor Index

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Childers, Linda

Breaking Good: After the role of a lifetime, Breaking Bad's RJ Mitte is busting stereotypes about cerebral palsy and speaking out against bullying.

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Dolan, Darrach

Guidelines: Guiding the Way: New medical guidelines weigh in on genetic testing, exercise, and more for people with muscular dystrophy.

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Drozdyk, Anita

Other Faces of MS

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Farrell, Gina Calderella

More in the Epilepsy Pipeline

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Furth, Sandy MS

Easing the Transition to Adulthood

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Hiscott, Rebecca

Quick Tips: 3 Questions for Top Sleep Docs: With Sleep Awareness Week around the corner, we asked sleep experts to answer the questions that keep our readers awake at night.

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Treat Alzheimer's Early: A new trial aims to delay onset of this disease in asymptomatic people at high risk.

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Holzemer, Liz

The Power of Words: After brain surgery, a writer finds a new voice.

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Levy, Annie

Putting Pain in Its Place: Neurology Now reader Anne Ciemnecki, 63, says pain from trigeminal neuralgia no longer controls her.

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Morgensen, Meg

Other Faces of MS

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O'Hare, Dan

Hitting a Nerve

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Paturel, Amy

Mind Your Meds: Some chronic conditions require dozens of drugs. These 5 tips will help you take them safely and effectively.

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Take a Stand: A neurologic disorder known as POTS causes dizziness and fainting—and frustration, due to lack of awareness and inadequate treatment.

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Quilter, Joan

Other Faces of MS

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Shaw, Gina

This Way In: Caucusing for Cures: A legislator's personal history fuels his commitment to raising funds for medical innovation.

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Follow the Money: The Ice Bucket Challenge raised big bucks on social media. Now, the ALS Association tells us where that cold, hard cash is going.

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There's No Place Like Home: Before you modify your living space to accommodate a neurologic condition, consult these expert tips to make sure your alterations are smart and safe.

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Shulman, Lisa M. MD, FAAN

You Ask. We Answer.: My brother, who was diagnosed with PARKINSON'S DISEASE (PD) last year, has no appetite and has been losing weight over the past three years. Is this common...

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Stephens, Stephanie

Turn Staring Into Caring: The stigma of a neurologic disorder can be stressful—and can make symptoms worse. Patients and doctors teach us how to turn negative reactions into...

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