Pictures of You

Created:   2/10/2012
Contains:  36 items
This collection contains "Pictures of You." Each one features either a portrait photo of a person living with a neurologic condition along with a short Q&A, or an assortment of photos and captions submitted by our readers. Sign up to receive an alert by email or RSS when a new Pictures of You is added to this collection: Go to the "Collection Alerts" box in the right-hand column.

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Attitude Counts: David Loughran, 19, learned early on that feeling sorry for himself about having Duchenne muscular dystrophy wouldn't win him any friends.

Bolster, Mary

Neurology Now. 13(2):37, April/May 2017.

David Loughran, 19, learned early on that feeling sorry for himself about having muscular dystrophy wouldn't win him any friends.

Exercise Is King: A former skier, golfer, and tennis player, 83-year-old Henry King remains active in different ways after a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease.

Bolster, Mary

Neurology Now. 13(1):54, February/March 2017.

An avid athlete, Henry King remains active in different ways after a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease.

Lean On Me: Support from one another helped Kim and Wayne Simington through her acoustic neuroma and his traumatic brain injury.

Bolster, Mary

Neurology Now. 12(6):61, December/January 2016.

Wayne and Kim Simington supported each other through his traumatic brain injury and her acoustic neuroma.

Coming Out: Artist Paula Hayes, 57, hopes speaking publicly about her epilepsy will help lessen the stigma around the disease.

Bolster, Mary

Neurology Now. 12(5):38, October/November 2016.

Artist Paula Hayes, 57, says being open about her epilepsy is more important than ever.

Saving Grace: For Kathleen Gingerelli, 48, a diagnosis of Friedreich's ataxia finally explained her lifelong clumsiness.

Bolster, Mary

Neurology Now. 12(4):38, August/September 2016.

For Kathleen Gingerelli, 48, a diagnosis of Friedreich's ataxia finally explained her lifelong clumsiness.

A Caregiver's Creed: Lois Kipnis, 72, says having multiple sclerosis helps her take better care of her 97-year-old mother.

Bolster, Mary

Neurology Now. 12(3):39, June/July 2016.

Lois Kipnis, 72, says multiple sclerosis makes her a better caregiver for her mother, who has dementia.

Brain Games: A 15-year-old aspiring neuroscientist finished second at the 2015 International Brain Bee.

Hiscott, Rebecca

Neurology Now. 11(6):21, December/January 2015.

People: A 15-year-old aspiring neuroscientist finishes second at the 2015 International Brain Bee.

Pictures of You: A photo of Susan Raymond, who has multiple sclerosis, under the Eiffel Tower.

Annie, Levy

Neurology Now. 9(4):44, August/September 2013.

Multiple sclerosis hasn't stopped Susan Raymond of Paradise, CA, from traveling the world.

Pictures of You: Allison Moore, who has Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease

Levy, Annie

Neurology Now. 8(3):48, June-july 2012.

Allison Moore, founder of the Hereditary Neuropathy Foundation, on living with Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease.

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