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.

August/September 2013 Volume 9 Issue 4
Departments: From the Editor
life after stroke: enhancing recovery from stroke is an active area of neurology research.
Departments: Letters
jack osbourne: getting real about multiple sclerosis. - Sipuedo, Mija
headaches in children. - Devine, Renee
headaches in children. - Goldstein, Debbie
headaches in children. - Pescatore, Faith
headaches in children: the editor responds.
fibromyalgia. - Shatin, Leo
Departments: The Waiting Room
this way in: new research into epilepsy. - Eastman, Peggy
neurobics: plan ahead. - Kim, Scott
neurobics answers. - Kim, Scott
neurology news: new website aims to improve patient-doctor dialogue. - Rukovets, Olga
Features: John O'hurley
raising his voice: actor john o'hurley honors his sister's memory by raising awareness of epilepsy. - Rukovets, Olga
Features: Stroke
navigating the complexities of stroke. - Collier, Andrea
Features: Dystonia
much more than a pain in the neck. - Stephens, Stephanie
Departments: Clinical Trial Watch
seeking parkinson's signature. - Valeo, Tom
Departments: The Healthy Brain
food for thought. - Paturel, Amy
Departments: Living Well
build your safety net-now. - Shenkman, Martin
Departments: Your Questions Answered
ask the experts: epilepsy. - Devinsky, Orrin
ask the experts: brain injury. - Lipton, Michael
Departments: Photo Essay
pictures of you: a photo of susan raymond, who has multiple sclerosis, under the eiffel tower. - Annie, Levy
Departments: Resource Central
assistance directory.
find a neurologist.
Departments: Speak Up
epilepsy with valor. - Trefil, Rabbi