February-March 2011 - Volume 7 - Issue 1
pp: 5-48

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You, Me, and ADHD: After their four children were diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder—and one with Asperger's syndrome—Curt and Shonda Schilling learned to...


Neurology Now. 7(1):16-18,20, February-March 2011.

During his playing days, retired Boston red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling established a reputation for always be ing on top of his game. But four years ago, life threw a curve ball to him and his wife, Shonda Schilling. They learned their four children had ADHD, and their middle son was also diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome.

Essential Facts about Essential Tremor: This “quiet” disease, which affects 10 million Americans, is anything but benign.


Neurology Now. 7(1):21-23,27, February-March 2011.

Stephen remillard is one of 10 million Americans with essential tremor. “unless people are diagnosed we can't help them,” says Catherine rice of the International essential Tremor foundation. “You may lull yourself into thinking, ‘It isn't life-threatening,’ but I know 10 more people who can't write, feed, bathe, or dress themselves.”

A New Game Plan for Concussion: As new research on the dangers of concussions is uncovered, treatment on sports sidelines is changing—from the little leagues to the professional...


Neurology Now. 7(1):28-31,35, February-March 2011.

As new research on the dangers of concussion is uncovered, athletic organizations at every level—from Pop Warner football to the National football League—are revising the rules that dictate what type of personnel must be present at sporting events, and how to determine if an athlete can suit up… or should sit down.

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