Neurology Now

An official publication of the American Academy of Neurology, Neurology Now® is an award-winning magazine written for people with neurologic disorders and their caregivers. Neurology Now features the latest information on the advances in the diagnosis and treatment of neurologic diseases, expert advice about wellness and disease prevention, discussions of new medications and therapies, and strategies for coping with neurologic disorders and the life changes that may accompany them.

November/December 2006 Volume 2 Issue 6
DEPARTMENT: FROM THE EDITOR
creative medicine: complementing mainstream treatments with alternative therapies. - Brey, Robin
DEPARTMENT: LETTER
desperately seeking help for migraines. - Ocejo, Michele
a daughter's dance of memories. - Stair, Martha
sharing common experiences. - Russell, Cathi
the winning spirit to beat ms odds. - Withheld, Name
editor's follow-up.
DEPARTMENT: RAISING VOICES TO BREAK A SILENT EPIDEMIC
adding insult to brain injury. - Cusack, Patricia
the long road to thankfulness. - Stair, Martha
DEPARTMENT: THE WAITING ROOM
return of 'the greatest'. - MATTHEWS, WALLACE
rebel with a cause.
grey matter's anatomy. - AVITZUR, ORLY
a news anchor ready for primetime.
the hundred years' war.
of mouse and human brains.
a novel look into the brain.
FEATURE
tackling seizures. - MATTHEWS, WALLACE
FEATURE: STROKE PREVENTION
preemptive strikes. - AVITZUR, ORLY
FOCUS ON ART THERAPY
patients at an exhibition. - SHAW, GINA
FEATURE: MANAGING MS
from wheelchair to racecar. - CHILDERS, LINDA
DEPARTMENT: ASK THE EXPERTS
your questions answered: shingles. - Gilden, Donald
your questions answered: insomnia. - Saper, Clifford
your questions answered: cluster headaches. - Lipton, Richard
your questions answered: shingles. - Saper, Miroslav
DEPARTMENT: EYE ON THERAPY
the great drug debate. - HURLEY, DAN
DEPARTMENT: LIVING WELL
captain of your own care. - WOLF, CATHERINE
DEPARTMENT: PENNY WISE
medicare part d-day. - SAMSON, KURT
DEPARTMENT: RESOURCE CENTRAL
making art therapy.
DEPARTMENT: SPEAK UP
cerebral odyssey: what i learned going from a bad ear to brain surgery. - JEANSONNE, JOHN