December/January 2017 - Volume 13 - Issue 6
pp: 6-40

From the Editor


Letters


The Waiting Room


For the Caregiver


Begin Again: Reclaiming life after years of caregiving is a gradual, up-and-down process. These expert tips can help ease the transition.

Wynn, Paul

Neurology Now. 13(6):16-18, December/January 2017.

Reclaiming life after caregiving is a gradual process. Our expert advice can help ease the transition.

Ask the Experts


You Ask. We Answer: What is the difference between coma, minimally conscious state, persistent vegetative state, and brain death?

Kelly, James P

Neurology Now. 13(6):19, December/January 2017.

What's the difference between coma, minimally conscious state, persistent vegetative state, and brain death?

Pictures of You


Resource Central


Speak Up



Maria Menounos


Brain Storm: After brain surgery to remove a benign tumor, TV host and journalist Maria Menounos makes her health a priority.

Shaw, Gina

Neurology Now. 13(6):24-29, December/January 2017.

After brain surgery to remove a benign tumor, TV host and journalist Maria Menounos makes her health a priority

Weight Management


Weight Watch: Some disorders or medications can cause weight loss while others pile on the pounds. Here's how to chart a middle course or adapt to the new you.

Shaw, Gina

Neurology Now. 13(6):30-33, December/January 2017.

Some disorders or medications cause weight loss while others pile on the pounds. Here's how to chart a middle course or adapt to the new you.

Victoria Dillard


Playing Against Type: As a black woman with young-onset Parkinson's disease, actress Victoria Dillard felt invisible. Thanks to her creative powers, she's being seen and heard...

King, Andrea

Neurology Now. 13(6):34-37, December/January 2017.

As a black woman with young-onset Parkinson's disease, actress Victoria Dillard often felt invisible. Thanks to her creative powers, she's being seen and heard more often.