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Neurology Now. 9(1):6, February-March 2013.
Penny, Delores Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):9, February-March 2013.
Horn, Nicki Less
Hagey, Julie Less
Anderson, Elaine Less
Rukovets, Olga Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):10-11, February-March 2013.
This Way In: The effectiveness of antiepileptic drugs in adults predicts their effectiveness in children, according to a recent study. What does this mean for young patients and their parents?
Neurology Now. 9(1):11, February-March 2013.
Neurology News: The American Brain Foundation's role in funding research on neurologic conditions.
Shenkman, Martin Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):32-34, February-March 2013.
Offers expert advice on how to structure a living trust for someone with a neurologic condition.
Argoff, Charles Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):34, February-March 2013.
Answers to your reader questions about fibromyalgia and central pain syndrome.
Kirshner, Howard Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):35, February-March 2013.
Annie, Levy Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):36, February-March 2013.
Jeremiah McCarthy on living with brain tumor—and the importance of art.
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Neurology Now. 9(1):37, February-March 2013.
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. 9(1):37-39, February-March 2013.
Libraty, Samantha Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):40, February-March 2013.
How 16-year-old Samantha Libraty adjusted to life after her father experienced major bleeding in his brain.
Gora, Susannah Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):12-18, February-March 2013.
Award-winning actor Blair Underwood believes in using celebrity to create positive change in the world—and as an HIV/AIDS activist for nearly 25 years, he has been doing just that. Here, we focus on Underwood's work as an advocate, as well as the neurologic complications of HIV/AIDS.
Stephens, Stephani Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):19-26, February-March 2013.
The number of young adults who have strokes is on the rise. “The data are particularly relevant given the U.S. and global epidemics of obesity and diabetes,” says Aneesh B. Singhal, M.D., of Massachusetts General Hospital. In this article, read about Dana Hokin, who had a stroke at the age of 44, and learn what you can do to reduce your stroke risk—at any age.
Paturel, Amy Less
Neurology Now. 9(1):27-30, February-March 2013.
Often mistaken for Alzheimer's disease, vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) is one of the most common forms of cognitive impairment and dementia. The good news? VCI may be preventable. Learn how VCI is diagnosed and treated, what research is in the works, and how VCI might be prevented.