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.

Fall 2005 Volume 1 Issue 3
DEPARTMENT: From the Editor
stories of disaster, relief efforts and hope. - Brey, Robin
DEPARTMENT: Letter
a resource for the entire family. - Kvidera, Bonnie
like talking to your neurologist. - Cannon, Anne
like talking to your neurologist.
Correction
correction.
DEPARTMENT: Penny Wise
getting your medical bills covered when your insurance won't pay. - Stone, Kathy
DEPARTMENT: Therapy Watch
relief for restless leg syndrome. - Carroll, Linda
DEPARTMENT: Ask the Experts
q: my husband has parkinson's disease and seems depressed. what should i do?. - Goetz, Christopher
q: i developed shingles several months ago. the rash is gone, but i still have a lot of pain. what can be done about it?. - Gilden, Donald
q: i've been reading a lot of news about mad cow disease. is it safe to eat beef?. - Johnson, Richard
DEPARTMENT: Clinical Trial Watch
gene therapy for diabetic neuropathy. - Peck, Peggy
DEPARTMENT: News Scan
highlights.
DEPARTMENT: Living Well
battling ms fatigue with yoga. - Lindsey, Heather
FEATURE
rooting out the genetic causes of autism. - SHAW, GINA
autism in the classroom: what works. - SHAW, GINA
leeza gibbons: easing the burden of alzheimer's disease. - Susman, Ed
a leeza's place for every county. - Susman, Ed
the genetics of alzheimer's disease: are you at risk?. - Lindsey, Heather
traumatic brain injury: safe play on and off the field. - Clancy, Frank
steroids not good for severe brain injuries. - Clancy, Frank
DEPARTMENT: AAN updates
new office supports patient advocacy. - Stone, Kathy
DEPARTMENT: Resource Central
resource central.
DEPARTMENT: Speak Up
looking for the moon. - Lawler, Jennifer