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.

February/March 2012 Volume 8 Issue 1
Departments: From the Editor
pausing to consider sleep apnea. - Brey, Robin
Departments: Letters
lewy body disease. - Brecher, Natalie
lewy body disease.
looking for more neurology now articles and breaking news?.
teenage brains on alcohol. - Whitlock, Dean
teenage brains on alcohol. - Friedrichs, Edward
caregiver burnout. - D'Anjou, William
there's a dog for that!!. - Rodriguez, Catherine
correction to tourette syndrome listing. - Yaffa, Alisa
correction to tourette syndrome listing.
Departments: The Waiting Room
this way in: reducing seizures with brain stimulation. - Shaw, Gina
neurobics: sock logic. - Kim, Scott
neurology news: neurologists asked to probe for violence. - Shaw, Gina
aan event: brain health fair.
neurology news: drugs for epilepsy and for hiv can interact negatively. - Shaw, Gina
neurobics answers.
Features: Jim Nantz
speaking of alzheimer's: cbs broadcaster jim nantz's famous voice has never been clearer. - Farley, Todd
Features: Tinnitus
sounds of silence: living with tinnitus can be frustrating-even debilitating. but with the right treatment, people can learn to tune out the noise.. - Gamble, Kate
Features: Pseudobulbar Affect
a flood of emotions: treating the uncontrollable crying and laughing of pseudobulbar affect.. - Gordon, Debra
Departments: Ask the Experts
i have "olfactory hallucinations" in which i smell smoke. what could be causing this?. - DeVere, Ronald
should i see a neurologist for sarcoidosis?. - Gelfand, Jeffrey
Departments: Living Well
obstructive sleep apnea, which has been linked to cognitive problems, is treatable. - Valeo, Tom
Departments: Resource Central
treating sleep apnea.
assistance directory.
resources for people with tinnitus.
Departments: Photo Essay
pictures of you: morgan sobel. - Levy, Annie
Departments: Speak Up
learning to manage the fatigue of multiple sclerosis. - Franck, Gayle