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Neurology Now. 10(5):4, October/November 2014.
Martin, Richard Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):6, October/November 2014.
Simon, Gabriella Less
Rezinas, Reta Less
Regener, Connie Less
Valeo, Tom Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):7-12, October/November 2014.
This Way In: A new study determines which Parkinson's treatments work best.
Neurology Now. 10(5):12-13, October/November 2014.
Neurology News: Why researchers are backing a national effort to revolutionize our understanding of the human brain.
Neurology Now. 10(5):13, October/November 2014.
AAN Events: Submit your story to the 2015 Neuro Film Festival now!
Paturel, Amy Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):51-53, October/November 2014.
Ditch the sweets—evidence linking sugar with cognitive problems is on the rise.
Samuels, Stephanie Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):54-56, October/November 2014.
Diagnosing nerve entrapment syndromes is challenging, but treatment can spell relief from pain.
Shaw, Gina Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):57-59, October/November 2014.
Advice for caregivers about long-term care, life, auto, and homeowner's insurance.
Levy, Annie Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):60, October/November 2014.
Sue Klingman copes with myasthenia gravis by helping others.
Neurology Now. 10(5):61, October/November 2014.
Where to go for more information on the topics covered in this issue of Neurology Now, the American Academy of Neurology's “Find-ANeurologist” tool, and a list of patientadvocacy organizations.
Woodall, Wendall Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):62, October/November 2014.
A pastor and teacher reflects on living with Parkinson's disease.
Neurology Now. 10(5):14-16, October/November 2014.
Having a neurologic disorder doesn't necessarily mean giving up the car keys. We speak to experts about how common neurologic conditions impact driving, and what you can do to stay safe.
Childers, Linda Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):18-21, October/November 2014.
At the age of 23, actress Tamala Jones experienced a ruptured brain aneurysm. Now Jones, who plays a smart, sarcastic medical examiner on the hit TV show Castle, is committed to raising awareness about the condition as a national spokesperson for the Brain Aneurysm Foundation.
Debra, Gordon Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):22-29, October/November 2014.
After being diagnosed with this extremely rare and painful condition, Dawnelle Gonzalez found relief with individualized treatment.
Avitzur, Orly Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):30-38, October/November 2014.
Michael Glen, Carole Zoom, and Justin Skeesuck—three intrepid travelers with neurologic conditions—share their hard-earned wisdom on how travelers with neurologic disabilities can see the world in total safety and comfort.
Pastural, Amy Less
Neurology Now. 10(5):40-47, October/November 2014.
An active mind and body could help save your brain. What the research shows about how you can do that in healthy ways.
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