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We've redesigned the Neurology Now Web site (neurologynow.com ) and added several new features:
▸ Article tools that allow you to print an article, create a PDF, email to a friend, add to your favorites, and request permission to reprint
▸ More—and bigger—photos and illustrations
▸ The ability to browse conditions—for example, to find all the articles we've published on a particular disease at the touch of your mouse
▸ A clickable list of the most popular and most e-mailed articles at any time
▸ An archive of all previous issues, with clickable cover images
▸ Easy-to-use subscription tools so you can subscribe, change or correct your address, and more
▸ The ability to save your searches and create your own personal collection of articles
▸ Web-only articles and breaking neurology news
▸ And coming soon: The Neurology Now blog!
More enhancements are in the works, but in the meantime, please visit neurologynow.com and click on “Register” in the upper right-hand corner. Registration is free and allows you to take advantage of all the new features. Your information will not be shared with any third parties.
In addition to the new Web site, we have created Neurology Now Twitter and Facebook pages. Follow us at twitter.com/NeurologyNow , and visit us at Facebook.com by logging on and typing “Neurology Now” in the search box. We hope you'll become active members of the Neurology Now community by continuing to write letters to the editor, e-mailing us with story ideas, and now connecting with us on our Web site and through Twitter and Facebook.
If you have any suggestions for how to improve our Web site, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy surfing!