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Neurology Now. 10(1):6, February/March 2014.
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Cote, Bonnie Boyle
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Neurology Now. 10(1):8, February/March 2014.
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Neurology Now. 10(1):12-14, February/March 2014.
This Way In: New guideline from the American Academy of Neurology on treating psychiatric disorders in multiple sclerosis.
Kim, Scott Less
Neurology Now. 10(1):13, February/March 2014.
Neurobics: A “Mental Olympics” brain teaser from puzzlemaster Scott Kim.
Stephens, Stephanie Less
Neurology Now. 10(1):19, February/March 2014.
Quick Tips: Protect yourself from brain injury while playing winter sports.
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Neurology Now. 10(1):38, February/March 2014.
Angela Leigh Tucker, who sustained a traumatic brain injury.
Neurology Now. 10(1):39, February/March 2014.
Where to go for more information on the topics discussed in this issue of Neurology Now and for a directory of patient advocacy organizations.
Smolev, Richard Less
Neurology Now. 10(1):40, February/March 2014.
How Richard Smolev, a lawyer turned novelist with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), learned to take comfort in the compassion of others.
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Childers, Linda Less
Neurology Now. 10(1):20-23, February/March 2014.
Thirty-five-year-old country singer Julie Roberts was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2006, but it wasn't until 2011 that she revealed her diagnosis to fans. Though it was a difficult decision, Roberts tells Neurology Now, “I consider them part of my family. So I wanted to come forward with my diagnosis as well, not only to let them know what was going on in my life, but hopefully to inspire others with MS.”
Avitzur, Orly Less
Neurology Now. 10(1):24-27, February/March 2014.
From competitive sports to gentle exercises, people with neurologic conditions are finding creative ways to stay fit and enjoy the outdoors. Here, Neurology Now profiles the many ways—swimming, biking, dance, wheelchair rugby—to keep your mind and body healthy after a neurologic diagnosis.
Shaw, Gina Less
Neurology Now. 10(1):28-32, February/March 2014.
Tracy Dixon-Salazar was a stay-at-home mom until her toddler, Savannah, started experiencing uncontrolled and frequent seizures, which turned out to be symptoms of Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. In search of treatment, Dixon-Salazar set out on a journey that took her from junior college to a Ph.D. in neuroscience. As a genetic researcher, Dr. Dixon-Salazar has found a way to reduce Savannah's seizures dramatically.
Paturel, Amy Less
Neurology Now. 10(1):34-37, February/March 2014.
How sleeping well can literally clear your head.
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At the 2013 Parkinson’s Disease Therapeutics Conference, Neurology Now Managing Editor Mike Smolinsky interviewed Charles Adler M.D., Ph.D. Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology, about his research into using salivary gland biopsies as a diagnostic test for Parkinson’s disease.