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Neurology Now. 12(3):6, June/July 2016.
In a nod to Parents' Day, we honor parents on the frontlines of the fight against neurologic disease.
Kassal, Leslie Robin
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Neurology Now. 12(3):8, June/July 2016.
Puskas, Amanda Lynn
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Rice, Pahl W.
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Neurology Now. 12(3):8-9, June/July 2016.
Kaye, Bella Less
Neurology Now. 12(3):9, June/July 2016.
Franklin, Ann E.
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Neurology Now. 12(3):10-11, June/July 2016.
This Way In: A farm in upstate New York helps young adults with autism develop practical life skills.
Kritz, Fran Less
Neurology Now. 12(3):11-12, June/July 2016.
Quick Tips: Heat can exacerbate neurologic symptoms. Learn how to stay cool this summer.
Neurology Now. 12(3):12-13, June/July 2016.
Behind the Headlines: Get the facts about another neurologic disorder linked to the Zika virus.
Kunkle, Fredrick Less
Neurology Now. 12(3):27-29, June/July 2016.
Elderly parents or family members with cognitive impairments are especially vulnerable to financial abuse. Our expert advice will help keep loved ones safe and solvent.
Paturel, Amy Less
Neurology Now. 12(3):30-33, June/July 2016.
Unsteadiness is a common symptom of many neurologic conditions, causing falls and injuries. These strategies can help boost your balance—and your brain health.
Gray, Barbara Bronson
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Neurology Now. 12(3):34-36, June/July 2016.
A wave of clinical trials focuses on the early stages of neurologic disease and on people who are genetically at risk but have no known symptoms.
Neurology Now. 12(3):37, June/July 2016.
Bolster, Mary Less
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.
Williams, Patricia Nahring
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Neurology Now. 12(3):40, June/July 2016.
The author's mother was widowed with three young children at age 53, but she never let polio compromise her independence.
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Neurology Now. 12(3):14-17, June/July 2016.
After her father's diagnosis, Maria Shriver started talking about Alzheimer's disease. Ten years later, she's still talking, and people are beginning to pay attention.
Pompilio, Natalie Less
Neurology Now. 12(3):18-23, June/July 2016.
When diseases that typically occur in adults affect children, diagnosis, treatment, and recovery can be daunting. Advice from families, patients, and other experts can ease the journey.
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