March-April 2007 - Volume 3 - Issue 2
pp: 5-48

From the editor


Letter


the Waiting Room: This Way in


the Waiting Room: By the Numbers


the Waiting Room: Our Kind of Guy


the Waiting Room: Quick Tips


the Waiting Room: Prescription-Strength News


the Waiting Room: Reading Room


Ask the Experts


Your Questions Answered: METHADONE FOR NEUROPATHY

Singleton, J. Robinson

Neurology Now. 3(2):36, March-April 2007.

Answers to your questions about migraines and depression, MS progression, methadone for neuropathic pain, and exercises for carpal tunnel.

Your Questions Answered: MULTIPL ESCLEROSIS PROGRESSION

Miller, Aaron

Neurology Now. 3(2):36, March-April 2007.

Answers to your questions about migraines and depression, MS progression, methadone for neuropathic pain, and exercises for carpal tunnel.

Your Questions Answered: MIGRAINE AND DEPRESSION

Sheftell, Fred D.

Neurology Now. 3(2):37, March-April 2007.

Answers to your questions about migraines and depression, MS progression, methadone for neuropathic pain, and exercises for carpal tunnel.

Your Questions Answered: EXERCISE FOR CARPAL TUNNEL

Gronseth, Gary

Neurology Now. 3(2):37, March-April 2007.

Answers to your questions about migraines and depression, MS progression, methadone for neuropathic pain, and exercises for carpal tunnel.

Eye on Therapy


Living Well


New Frontiers


Penny Wise


Resource Central


Speak Up



Julie Andrews


Our Fair Lady

CHILDERS, LINDA

Neurology Now. 3(2):17-19, March-April 2007.

Hollywood icon Julie Andrews is receiving our Public Leadership in Neurology Award for playing a starring role in the fight against Huntington's disease.

Pet Therapy


Dementia Therapy Goes to the Dogs

SHAW, GINA

Neurology Now. 3(2):28-31, March-April 2007.

Pet therapy offers emotional, cognitive, and social benefits for people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias.

Living With Neuropathy


Exercise Rx for Nerve Pain

HAUPT, JENNIFER

Neurology Now. 3(2):33-35, March-April 2007.

People with neuropathy were once told not to exercise, but not any more. Here are simple tips for getting started.


Neurogenetic Advances


The Hunt for Genes and Cures

LAINO, CHARLENE

Neurology Now. 3(2):20-27, March-April 2007.

Researchers are successfully teasing out the genetic roots of many neurological disorders—Huntington's disease, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, stroke, autism—making possible earlier interventions and maybe even new treatments.

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