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Healthy Brain Features from Neurology Now®

Anger Management
Many neurologic conditions can cause difficult behavioral changes. Try these strategies for keeping loved one's aggression or confusion in check. Read more.

Moving Science Forward
Curious to learn more about clinical trials? Our primer explains all, including how to volunteer. Read more.

Sleep Thief
Restless legs syndrome disrupts more than sleep—it has been linked to heart disease and diabetes, too. Here's how to get the condition under control. Read more.

Success Stories from Neurology Now®

Diving Lessons
Actress Brooke Burns broke her neck in a pool accident and narrowly avoided paralysis. Now she's a passionate advocate for those with spinal cord injuries. Read more.

The Bunny Slope
The author's epilepsy diagnosis ultimately strengthens her marriage and makes her a safer skier. Read more.

A Labor of Love
Actress Connie Shulman spent a year documenting a friend's dementia to raise awareness of a fatal disease, and discovered new depths of friendship. Read more.

Neurology in the News 

Healthy Diet May Be Linked to Lower Risk of Memory and Thinking Decline Read more.

Medical Marijuana Pill May Not Be Effective in Treating Behavioral Symptoms of Dementia Read more

Challenging Work Tasks May Have an Upside for the Brain Read more. 

Researcher Feature
Meet Stefanie Geisler, MD, one of our 2014 research award recipients. Dr. Geisler’s research focuses on peripheral neuropathy and how to protect nerve fibers from deteriorating and dying during chemotherapy. Read more.

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Have a question related to peripheral neuropathy? Here’s a chance to submit your question about peripheral neuropathy to a leading neuroscience professional from the American Academy of Neurology. Email us with your question.
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