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 2011 Volume 7 Issue 4
Departments: From the Editor
the power of acceptance: what coping with loss can teach us about living.. - Brey, Robin
Departments: Letters
the abcs of aphasia. - Woodward, Angela
aphasia and frontotemporal degeneration. - Hadas, Rachel
jerry mathers' diabetic neuropathy. - Morgensen, Meg
jerry mathers, "american icon". - Cole, Liz
correction to cover story on jerry mathers.
Departments: The Waiting Room
this way in: how safe are cell phones?. - Shaw, Gina
neurobics: look closely, a brain teaser that tests your visual skills.. - Kim, Scott
neurobics answers. - Kim, Scott
Features: Chuck Close
larger than life: dyslexia, paralysis, face blindness-nothing comes between legendary artist chuck close and his canvas, except a brush.. - Farley, Todd
Features: Brain Tumor
the science of survival: no magic bullet exists to cure the brain tumors known as gliomas, but scientists continue to advance diagnosis and treatment.. - Stephens, Stephanie
Departments: Living Well
the heart is a muscle: why the gimbel brothers aren't waiting around for a muscular dystrophy cure.. - Talan, Jamie
Departments: Your Questions Answered
ask the experts: does long-term, severe clinical depression have neurologic effects on the brain?. - Heilman, Kenneth
Departments: Resource Central
brain tumor resources. - Stephens, Stephanie
dyslexia: the basics. - Farley, Todd
assistance directory.
muscular dystrophy treatments. - Talan, Jamie
Departments: Speak Up
how to minister with migraine: what i've learned over the course of 50 years.. - Smalkowski, Frances