December/January 2016 - Volume 12 - Issue 6 - Contributor Index

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Bolster, Mary

Relief At Last: For years, untreated migraines threatened actress Bellamy Young's career and well-being. She hopes that by sharing her story she can spare others a similar fate.

Bolster, Mary; Roberts-Grey, Gina

Neurology Now. 12(6):32-35, December/January 2016.

For many years, untreated migraines threatened actress Bellamy Young's career and well-being. She hopes that by sharing her story she can spare others a similar fate.

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.

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Damo, Christina
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Dolan, Darrach
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Kadish, Frances
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Kritz, Fran

Life Lines: Support groups offer information, advice, encouragement, and community. Use these tips to find the right one for you or to start your own.

Kritz, Fran

Neurology Now. 12(6):26-31, December/January 2016.

Support groups can be lifesavers. These tips can help you find the right one or start your own.

Going on Record: Patients have a right to their medical records but often don't know how to access them. Electronic systems and a concept known as open notes are changing that.

Laliberte, Richard

Neurology Now. 12(6):36-45, December/January 2016.

Patients have a right to their medical records but often don't know how to access them. Electronic systems and a concept known as open notes are changing that.

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Lewis, Pat
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Marin, Kimberly

Relief At Last: For years, untreated migraines threatened actress Bellamy Young's career and well-being. She hopes that by sharing her story she can spare others a similar fate.

Bolster, Mary; Roberts-Grey, Gina

Neurology Now. 12(6):32-35, December/January 2016.

For many years, untreated migraines threatened actress Bellamy Young's career and well-being. She hopes that by sharing her story she can spare others a similar fate.

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Shaw, Gina

Sexual Healing: A neurologic diagnosis doesn't mean the end of intimacy. These experts say imagination, communication, and a focus on pleasure can keep it alive.

Shaw, Gina

Neurology Now. 12(6):46-49, December/January 2016.

A neurologic diagnosis doesn't mean the end of intimacy. Experts say imagination, communication, and a focus on pleasure can keep it alive.

Stem Cell Reality: Desperate patients are vulnerable to the promise of stem cell therapy—most of it unproven. Protect your health—and your wallet—with these facts.

Shaw, Gina

Neurology Now. 12(6):50-53, December/January 2016.

The promise of stem cell therapy is tantalizing but unproven. We separate the hope from the hype.

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Smith, Jack
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Smith, Melissa
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Thompson, Cathy
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Watts, Sarah

Cukes for a Cure: After a diagnosis of ALS, photographer Arthur Cohen turned the cucumbers in his backyard into a successful pickle business that raises money for research.

Watts, Sarah

Neurology Now. 12(6):10, December/January 2016.

This Way In: Find out why Arthur Cohen sells pickles to raise money for ALS research.

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Wynn, Paul

Back on Track: After a traumatic brain injury, Matthew Ponder wanted to run competitively again. He achieved that and so much more, says his mother, Tamika.

Wynn, Paul

Neurology Now. 12(6):21, December/January 2016.

Readers Like Me: A traumatic brain injury doesn't keep Matthew Ponder down.

Grand Caregivers: With the increase in multigenerational families, more children and teenagers are helping care for adult relatives, often in unique and important ways.

Wynn, Paul

Neurology Now. 12(6):22-25, December/January 2016.

Children and teenagers help with caregiving, often in unique ways.

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