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October/November 2014 - Volume 10 - Issue 5 - Contributor Index

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Woodall, Wendall

Opting for Optimism: A pastor and teacher shares his perspective on coping with Parkinson's disease.

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Valeo, Tom

This Way In: Parkinson's with fewer side effects

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Neurology News: The BRAIN Initiative

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Simon, Gabriella

Trigeminal Neuralgia

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Shaw, Gina

The Keys to Safety: How neurologic conditions affect driving.

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Taking Care of Insurance: Advice for caregivers about long-term care, life, auto, and homeowners insurance.

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Samuels, Stephanie

Escaping Pain: Diagnosis of nerve entrapment syndromes is challenging, but treatment can spell relief.

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Rezinas, Reta

Trigeminal Neuralgia

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Regener, Connie MA, MDiv, BCC

For the Caregiver

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Paturel, Amy MS, MPH

Sugar High: Evidence linking blood sugar with cognitive problems is one the rise.

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Pastural, Amy MS, MPH

Staying Sharp: What you do during your free time could help save your brain.

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Martin, Richard

Esmeralda Santiago

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Levy, Annie

Sue Klingman, 64, diagnosed with myasthenia gravis.

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Debra, Gordon MS

Agony and Arachnoiditis: Named after its inflammation of the brain's “spider” membrane, arachnoiditis is a rare, extremely painful condition that requires individualized treatment.

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Childers, Linda

Brain Matters: Actress Tamala Jones raises awareness of aneurysm.

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Avitzur, Orly MD, MBA, FAAN

Globe Trotters on Four Wheels: For these intrepid travelers with neurologic conditions, a wheelchair is just another way to hit the road.

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