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Wilton, Lauren M.
Wilton, Lauren M. Less
Neurology Now. 8(6):12, December-january 2012.
Kramer, Kristy Less
Hoffman, Alan L.
Hoffman, Alan L. Less
Neurology Now. 8(6):6, December-january 2012.
Valeo, Tom Less
Neurology Now. 8(6):13, December-january 2012.
This Way In: A sneak peek at Navigating Life With Parkinson Disease, new from the American Academy of Neurology's Neurology Now™ Books for patients and caregivers.
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Neurology Now. 8(6):17, December-january 2012.
Neurology News: A celebration of the American Academy of Neurology's 2012 Neuro Film Festival winners—and an invitation to enter the 2013 competition!
Paturel, Amy Less
Neurology Now. 8(6):33-35, December-january 2012.
How to recognize and prevent hospital delirium.
Friedman, Deborah I.
Friedman, Deborah I. Less
Neurology Now. 8(6):36, December-january 2012.
Answers to a reader's question about pseudotumor cerebri syndrome.
Neurology Now. 8(6):37, December-january 2012.
Where to go for more information on the topics discussed in this issue of Neurology Now and for a directory of patient advocacy organizations.
Neurology Now. 8(6):37-39, December-january 2012.
Tye, Denise Less
Neurology Now. 8(6):40, December-january 2012.
What multiple sclerosis taught one woman about the meaning of the holidays.
Childers, Linda Less
Neurology Now. 8(6):18-21, December-january 2012.
Following a car accident in 1987, actress Jennifer Grey—best known for her role in Dirty Dancing—began to experience chronic back and neck pain. After successful surgery, Grey danced her way into the spotlight again on Dancing With the Stars. Learn some of the common causes and treatments for back and neck pain.
Neurology Now. 8(6):22-27, December-january 2012.
Parkinson's disease (PD) is commonly associated with visible motor symptoms—tremor, slow movement, and rigidity. But its many non-motor symptoms, such as depression and anxiety, may be harder to detect. “Patients and caregivers feel the burden of these non-motor symptoms,” says Dr. Christopher G. Goetz. Read on for more information about the non-motor symptoms of PD, treatment options, and emerging research.
Avitzur, Orly Less
Neurology Now. 8(6):28-32, December-january 2012.
Are you making the most of your office visit? Neurologist Orly Avitzur, M.D., and her colleagues share their tips on how to plan ahead, use your appointment time wisely, and communicate effectively in order to get the best care. This is must-read advice for patients and caregivers alike.