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Moseley, Sally Less
Neurology Now. 8(5):8, October-november 2012.
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Amster, Caryn Lazar
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Neurology Now. 8(5):8-9, October-november 2012.
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Neurology Now. 8(5):9, October-november 2012.
Neurology Now. 8(5):6, October-november 2012.
Cajigal, Stephanie Less
Neurology Now. 8(5):12-13, October-november 2012.
This Way In: Can “medical” foods really improve neurologic symptoms?
Scott, Kim Less
Neurology Now. 8(5):13, October-november 2012.
Neurobics: The latest brain teaser from puzzlemaster Scott Kim, Ph.D., co author, with neuroscientist Richard Restak, M.D., of The Playful Brain.
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Neurology Now. 8(5):14, October-november 2012.
Destinations: Morgan's Wonderland, an amusement park in Texas that is accessible for all.
Advocacy: Spotlight on the Huntington's Disease Youth Organization.
Rukovets, Olga Less
Neurology Now. 8(5):15-19, October-november 2012.
Comedian and Paralympian Josh Blue made headlines when he won NBC's Last Comic Standing in 2006, and he has continued to charm audiences in the years since. Blue, who has cerebral palsy, does not shy away from his disability. “Adversity is adversity,” he says, “it's just how you figure out how to deal with it.”
Talan, Jamie Less
Neurology Now. 8(5):24-27, October-november 2012.
Music professor and composer George Edwards was diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia—until an autopsy revealed he had Alzheimer's disease. His family chose to donate his brain to science to help scientists better understand dementia. Here, other caregivers share their journeys with brain donation, and neurologists discuss why this gift is so priceless.
Farley, Todd Less
Neurology Now. 8(5):28-31, October-november 2012.
If you've been diagnosed with a brain tumor, what comes next? Navigating Life with a Brain Tumor, a new book for patients and caregivers, offers answers to the difficult questions that may arise. “Patients want to be able to feel not only like they understand everything, but also that they can contribute to what's going on. This book is another tool to make this transition,” says coauthor Alyx Porter, M.D.