Articles for Tag: "neurologist"

Here’s why your mom calls you by the wrong name 
Here’s why your mom calls you by the wrong name
If people you care about mix up your name, how close can you truly be?
What Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Parkinson’s diagnosis means  Featured
What Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Parkinson’s diagnosis means
More than 10 million people worldwide are living with the disease.
Strokes on the rise among younger people – do you know the signs? 
Strokes on the rise among younger people – do you know the signs?
Think stroke is just an “old person’s disease”? Think again.
Every second counts: “Now, walking is a gift.” 
Every second counts: “Now, walking is a gift.”
A stroke survivor shares her remarkable recovery journey and what she does to pay it forward.
What is the link between degenerative brain disease and contact sports? 
What is the link between degenerative brain disease and contact sports?
NFL player autopsies could help answer this question.
How a 7 year-old boy saved his mom’s life 
How a 7 year-old boy saved his mom’s life
CPD Officer Sherece Holland may be working to keep the city safe, but it’s her son who is looking out for her at home.
Is there a benefit to being a ‘worrier’? 
Is there a benefit to being a ‘worrier’?
Researchers are finding a strong correlation between overthinking and this desired characteristic.