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Neurology Now. 9(2):6, April-May 2013.
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Tocatlian, Patricia C.
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Fontenot, S. Scott
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Wilkinson, Michelle Less
Neurology Now. 9(2):8-9, April-May 2013.
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Neurology Now. 9(2):9-10, April-May 2013.
Otis, Anita Less
Neurology Now. 9(2):10, April-May 2013.
Brown-Braxton, V. Less
Rickert, Edward Less
Dailey, Mary Jo
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Neurology Now. 9(2):11-12, April-May 2013.
This Way In: Nia, a mind-body practice, has helped some people with Parkinson's disease reconnect with their bodies.
Smolinsky, Mike Less
Neurology Now. 9(2):13-14, April-May 2013.
Neurology News: New guideline on sports concussion from the American Academy of Neurology.
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Neurology Now. 9(2):13, April-May 2013.
Neurobics: The latest brain teaser from puzzlemaster Scott Kim.
Farley, Todd Less
Neurology Now. 9(2):15, April-May 2013.
Advocacy: The World Parkinson Congress brings together doctors, researchers, patients, and caregivers.
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Neurology Now. 9(2):32-33, April-May 2013.
What will less funding for electrodiagnostic tests mean for you?
Parashos, Sotirios Less
Neurology Now. 9(2):34, April-May 2013.
Answers to your reader questions about multiple sclerosis and parkinsonism.
Cameron, Michelle Less
Neurology Now. 9(2):35, April-May 2013.
Annie, Levy Less
Neurology Now. 9(2):36, April-May 2013.
Kerry Magro, a young man with autism.
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Neurology Now. 9(2):37, April-May 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(2):37-39, April-May 2013.
Neurology Now. 9(2):39, April-May 2013.
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Neurology Now. 9(2):40, April-May 2013.
Pamela Quinn uses dance to manage Parkinson's disease.
Neurology Now. 9(2):16-20, April-May 2013.
Professional soccer player Tim Howard has been called one of the best goalkeepers in the sport—with or without Tourette's syndrome (TS). In school, Howard quickly discovered that, as an athlete, “I wasn't Tim who had TS or Tim who had tics. I was Tim who scored goals or scored baskets or hit home runs,” he says. Off the field, Howard is an advocate for individuals with TS, encouraging them to reach their own goals.
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Neurology Now. 9(2):23-25, April-May 2013.
In 2009, an estimated $750 billion dollars were spent on wasted medical services. So, which medical tests are being overprescribed? In this article, neurologist Orly Avitzur, M.D., reports on the AAN's top five picks for neurologic treatments and tests that may be overused, and explains how to choose your care more wisely.
Paturel, Amy Less
Neurology Now. 9(2):26-30, April-May 2013.
People with neurologic disorders often experience daily, unremitting pain. In fact, as many as 50 percent have considered suicide as an escape. But with appropriate treatment, patients are able to rediscover hope. Here, we profile two individuals who overcame suicidal thoughts and learned to live with their chronic pain.