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Brey, Robin L.
Brey, Robin L. Less
Neurology Now. 4(3):7, May/June 2008.
Szczepanski, Rick Less
Neurology Now. 4(3):8, May/June 2008.
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Neurology Now. 4(3):8-9, May/June 2008.
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Neurology Now. 4(3):9, May/June 2008.
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Neurology Now. 4(3):10, May/June 2008.
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Neurology Now. 4(3):12, May/June 2008.
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Neurology Now. 4(3):13, May/June 2008.
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Neurology Now. 4(3):31, May/June 2008.
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HUVANE, KATE Less
Neurology Now. 4(3):17-19,23-25, May/June 2008.
Nearly 1 million women and girls in the United States are affected by epilepsy. This article discusses the ramifications that epilepsy holds for women —from the impact of menstruation on seizures to the effects of antiepileptic drugs on pregnancy—and provides practical advice to help women manage epilepsy instead of letting it manage them.
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CAJIGAL, STEPHANIE Less
Neurology Now. 4(3):14-16, May/June 2008.
Despite her pin-up allure, Morgan Fairchild knows the most important part of a woman is her brain. That's why she has teamed up with the American Academy of Neurology, the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the American Stroke Association to raise awareness about stroke. Learn more about the “Give Me 5 For Stroke” campaign in “Beauty and the Brain.”
HAUPT, JENNIFER Less
Neurology Now. 4(3):26-28,30, May/June 2008.
Research shows that people who suffer with multiple sclerosis (MS)—as well as migraine headaches, Parkinson's disease, and HIV-related neuropathy—may experience benefits from massage therapy. “Healing Touch” discusses how massage can help people with neurological conditions, when massage should not be used, and how to find a good massage therapist.