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How can strokes be prevented?

Video Author: Neurology Now
Published on: 07.25.2014

Michael Mullen, MD, explains how strokes can be prevented.

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In our Pictures of You department in the October/November 2016 issue (“Coming Out,” http://bit.ly/NN-Pictures-PaulaHayes), we interviewed artist Paula Hayes, 58, about living with epilepsy. In this video, she explains how and when she was diagnosed and how epilepsy affects her art.
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In our Pictures of You department in the August/September 2017 issue (“Keeping His Cool,” http://bit.ly/NN-Pictures-DrewBourrut), we interviewed Drew Bourrut, 72, about taking care of his wife, Nora, who has Parkinson’s disease and Parkinson’s-related psychosis and dementia. In this video, he talks more about life with Nora and their adventures.
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Duration: 4:10
In our Pictures of You department in the December 2016/January 2017 issue (“Lean On Me,” http://bit.ly/NN-Pictures-Simingtons), we interviewed Kim and Wayne Simington about her acoustic neuroma and his traumatic brain injury. In this video, they describe their health crises and how they have supported each other.
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Duration: 2:41
In our Pictures of You department in the February/March 2017 issue (“Exercise Is King,” http://bit.ly/NN-Pictures-HenryKing), we interviewed Henry King about living with Parkinson’s disease. In this video, he talks about his family, career, and how his life has changed since his diagnosis.
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Duration: 3:21
In our Pictures of You department in the February/March 2017 issue (“Attitude Counts,” http://bit.ly/NN-Pictures-DavidLoughran), we interviewed David Loughran about his diagnosis of muscular dystrophy. In this video, he talks about being a freshman at Princeton University and his interest in sports broadcasting.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 3:02
In our Pictures of You department in the December 2015/January 2016 issue (“Word Wise,” http://bit.ly/NN-SarahPerl), we interviewed Sarah Perl, now 55, about the traumatic brain injury (TBI) she experienced after fainting in her house and the course of her recovery. In this video, she talks more about her recovery from that event as well as a second TBI she sustained on a bike ride in the summer of 2016.
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Duration: 6:05
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Dr. Joseph Sirven and Dr. Jennifer Molano, both members of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board, talk about how epilepsy is diagnosed and managed.
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Duration: 4:14
Find out the difference between a migraine and a headache in this interview with Dr. Lisa Shulman and Dr. Teshamae Monteith, , both members of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 2:35
In our Pictures of You department in the August/September 2016 issue (“Saving Grace,” http://bit.ly/NN-KathleenGingerelli), we interviewed Kathleen Gingerelli, 48, about her late diagnosis of Friedreich’s ataxia, which causes trouble with balance and difficulty walking. In this video, she talks about her lifelong love of the New York Giants (she and her mom never miss a game) and why she started a local ataxia support group.
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In our Pictures of You department in the April/May 2016 issue ("Finding Her Voice," bit.ly/NN-FindingherVoice), we interviewed Carlota Schoolman about recovering from aphasia after a traumatic brain injury. In this video, she talks about what life is like with aphasia, what she did before her injury, and her ongoing work with the International Aphasia Movement.
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Duration: 2:34
In our Pictures of You department in the June/July 2016 issue (“Caregiver’s Creed,” bit.ly/NN-LoisKipnis), we interviewed Lois Kipnis about how having multiple sclerosis (MS) has made her a more empathetic caregiver for her 97-year old mother, who has dementia. Kipnis also talks about how writing has helped her sort through the rollercoaster of emotions involved in caring for her mother.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 3:13
In our Pictures of You department in the April/May 2016 issue (bit.ly/NN-FindingherVoice), we interviewed Carlota Schoolman about recovering from aphasia after a traumatic brain injury. In this video, she talks about what life is like with aphasia, what she did before her injury, and her ongoing work with the International Aphasia Movement.
Creator: Annie Levy and Sammy Levine
Duration: 3:37
An interview of Brittany Bushnell about how her life changed after she was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma. In this video, she talks about her hobbies, her work, and her recent marriage.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 3:48
Dr. Sarah Song, a Neurology Now editorial advisory board member, discusses the results of the Sprint trial, which suggests much lower blood pressure goals for reducing the risk of stroke and preventing heart disease.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 8:10
In this video, Dr. Joseph Sirven and Dr. Jeffrey McClean, two Neurology Now editorial advisory board members, discuss the various treatment options, both old and new, in the field of epilepsy.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 4:45
In this video, Neurology Now Editor-in-Chief Dr. Orly Avitzur speaks with Dr. Jeffrey McClean, a specialist in neuromuscular disorders and a member of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board, about the types of patients he sees and how he treats their various conditions.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 5:04
In this video, Dr. Jennifer Molano and Dr. Jeffrey McClean, both members of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board, discuss how to identify sleep disorders and the importance of good sleep habits for maintaining healthy brain function.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 4:24
In this video, Neurology Now Editor-in-Chief Dr. Orly Avitzur talks to Dr. Sarah Song, a stroke specialist and a member of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board, about the new treatment options that are improving outcomes for stroke survivors.



Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 2:55
In our Pictures of You department in the October/November 2016 issue (“Coming Out,” http://bit.ly/NN-Pictures-PaulaHayes), we interviewed artist Paula Hayes, 58, about living with epilepsy. In this video, she explains how and when she was diagnosed and how epilepsy affects her art.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 4:10
In our Pictures of You department in the December 2016/January 2017 issue (“Lean On Me,” http://bit.ly/NN-Pictures-Simingtons), we interviewed Kim and Wayne Simington about her acoustic neuroma and his traumatic brain injury. In this video, they describe their health crises and how they have supported each other.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 2:41
In our Pictures of You department in the February/March 2017 issue (“Exercise Is King,” http://bit.ly/NN-Pictures-HenryKing), we interviewed Henry King about living with Parkinson’s disease. In this video, he talks about his family, career, and how his life has changed since his diagnosis.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 3:02
In our Pictures of You department in the December 2015/January 2016 issue (“Word Wise,” http://bit.ly/NN-SarahPerl), we interviewed Sarah Perl, now 55, about the traumatic brain injury (TBI) she experienced after fainting in her house and the course of her recovery. In this video, she talks more about her recovery from that event as well as a second TBI she sustained on a bike ride in the summer of 2016.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 6:05
Test your smarts about how exercise helps with symptoms of Parkinson’s disease in this interview between Dr. Lisa Shulman and Dr. Joseph Sirven, both members of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 4:42
Learn how dementia is diagnosed and what you can do to lower your risk in this interview with Dr. Joseph Sirven and Dr. Jennifer Molano, both members of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration:
Dr. Joseph Sirven and Dr. Jennifer Molano, both members of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board, talk about how epilepsy is diagnosed and managed.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 4:14
Find out the difference between a migraine and a headache in this interview with Dr. Lisa Shulman and Dr. Teshamae Monteith, , both members of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board.
Creator: Sarah Owens
Duration: 3:13
In our Pictures of You department in the April/May 2016 issue (bit.ly/NN-FindingherVoice), we interviewed Carlota Schoolman about recovering from aphasia after a traumatic brain injury. In this video, she talks about what life is like with aphasia, what she did before her injury, and her ongoing work with the International Aphasia Movement.
Creator: Annie Levy and Sammy Levine
Duration: 3:37
An interview of Brittany Bushnell about how her life changed after she was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma. In this video, she talks about her hobbies, her work, and her recent marriage.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 3:48
Dr. Sarah Song, a Neurology Now editorial advisory board member, discusses the results of the Sprint trial, which suggests much lower blood pressure goals for reducing the risk of stroke and preventing heart disease.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 8:10
In this video, Dr. Joseph Sirven and Dr. Jeffrey McClean, two Neurology Now editorial advisory board members, discuss the various treatment options, both old and new, in the field of epilepsy.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 4:45
In this video, Neurology Now Editor-in-Chief Dr. Orly Avitzur speaks with Dr. Jeffrey McClean, a specialist in neuromuscular disorders and a member of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board, about the types of patients he sees and how he treats their various conditions.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 5:04
In this video, Dr. Jennifer Molano and Dr. Jeffrey McClean, both members of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board, discuss how to identify sleep disorders and the importance of good sleep habits for maintaining healthy brain function.
Creator: Editor
Duration: 4:24
In this video, Neurology Now Editor-in-Chief Dr. Orly Avitzur talks to Dr. Sarah Song, a stroke specialist and a member of the Neurology Now editorial advisory board, about the new treatment options that are improving outcomes for stroke survivors.
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Duration: 7:08
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Creator: Neurology Now
Duration: 6:20
At the 2013 Parkinson’s Disease Therapeutics Conference, Neurology Now Managing Editor Mike Smolinsky interviewed Charles Adler M.D., Ph.D. Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology, about his research into using salivary gland biopsies as a diagnostic test for Parkinson’s disease.
Creator: Neurology Now
Duration: 4:59
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Duration: 11:53
At the American Brain Foundation’s 2013 Annual Meeting, Neurology Now Managing Editor Mike Smolinsky interviewed Gary Gronseth, M.D., of the University of Kansas Medical Center, about the American Academy of Neurology’s latest guideline on sport concussion.