January-February 2009 - Volume 5 - Issue 1 - Contributor Index

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Behrens, Uta M.
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GORA, SUSANNAH

Good Golly, Miss Holly!

GORA, SUSANNAH

Neurology Now. 5(1):12-16, January-February 2009.

Here's a lesser-known credit on TV actress Holly Robinson Peete's resume: Parkinson's disease advocate. Holly and her husband, former NFL quarterback Rodney Peete, founded Hollyrod to financially and medically support people with Parkinson's.

Hitting the Mattress with MS

PATUREL, AMY

Neurology Now. 5(1):24-28, January-February 2009.

Many patients with multiple sclerosis also experience sleep disorders, including sleep-related movement disorder, obstructive sleep apnea, central sleep apnea, Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep behavioral disorder, and narcolepsy. Sometimes MS is the cause of sleep disorders and sometimes it is a co-existing condition. Here's what you need to know about treatment.

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ROTH, KIMBERLEE
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VALEO, TOM
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Weston, T. W.

Eating Well for Epilepsy

WILNER, ANDREW

Neurology Now. 5(1):17-19,23, January-February 2009.

Epilepsy is the most common major childhood neurologic disorder in the United States. For the children who don't respond to antiepileptic medication, the ketogenic diet—which contains a large amount of fat and few carbohydrates—may be effective treatment.

Author:
Wilson, Joe R.