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Brey, Robin L.
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Neurology Now. 5(6):8, November/December 2009.
H1N1 influenza (“swine flu”) alert.
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Neurology Now. 5(6):9, November/December 2009.
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Kenny, Virginia M.
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Sleith, Eric A.
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Shaw, Gina Less
Neurology Now. 5(6):10,12, November/December 2009.
Wolf, Cathy Less
Neurology Now. 5(6):12, November/December 2009.
Schwarz, Shelley Peterman
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Neurology Now. 5(6):13, November/December 2009.
PHILLIPS, LISA Less
Neurology Now. 5(6):35-36, November/December 2009.
How and why to monitor your seizures.
Neurology Now. 5(6):37-39, November/December 2009.
Where to go for more information on the topics discussed in this issue of Neurology Now and for a directory of patient advocacy organizations.
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Neurology Now. 5(6):40, November/December 2009.
One woman's story of being diagnosed with cauda equina syndrome
GORA, SUSANNAH Less
Neurology Now. 5(6):14,17-18, November/December 2009.
The details of her Carly Simon's personal life are by now well known, and her extraordinary gifts as a musician have inspired millions. But many people are unaware that she has overcome two neurological challenges: stuttering and migraines.
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Neurology Now. 5(6):19,23-25, November/December 2009.
Of the estimated 5.3 million Americans living with the Alzheimer's, six out of 10 will wander from their homes or care-giving facilities, says the Alzheimer's Association. Thankfully, researchers are starting to investigate the often terrifying problem of wandering. Here's what they know about this uncharted territory.
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Neurology Now. 5(6):26-27,31-34, November/December 2009.
Everyone has heard of Alzheimer's, which accounts for 65 percent of all dementia in the United States. But more than 100 causes of dementia exist. Here, we take a look at the “big four”: Alzheimer's, frontotemporal dementia, Lewy body dementia, and vascular dementia. Knowing them may help you or your loved one get the right treatment.