Monthly Archives: March 2014

Meet our doctors for National Multiple Sclerosis Education and Awareness Month

We have 32 adult and pediatric neurologists at Noran Neurological Clinic, and all are very experienced in treating patients with neurological disorders of all kinds.  Furthermore, each of our providers is expertly trained in identifying and managing patients with multiple … Continue reading

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New Headband device approved by FDA to assist in migraine management

According to an article posted on MedPage Today by John Gever, this is a brand new FDA approved preventative treatment, using TENS technology: “A headband delivering electrical nerve stimulation can prevent onset of migraine headaches and can be marketed for … Continue reading

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An interesting history of Multiple Sclerosis from the National MS Society

Although Multiple Sclerosis wasn’t first recognized as a specific disease until the 1870’s in England and the United States, neurological symptoms that were likely evidence of MS have been documented for far longer.  The National MS Society provides a great history of … Continue reading

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New blood test could potentially predict Alzheimer’s Disease before symptoms develop

(CNN) — “In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers have developed a blood test for Alzheimer’s disease that predicts with astonishing accuracy whether a healthy person will develop the disease. Though much work still needs to be done, it is hoped the … Continue reading

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Sleep Tips: Quiet your mind and get some sleep!

For many people, the hardest part about getting quality, restful sleep is just getting started.  You’re in bed, the lights are turned off, and now suddenly it seems your brain is turned ON.  In some cases, anxiety can play a role in racing … Continue reading

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Make 2014 the year you make a difference for those with MS

Consider registering for a Walk MS event in your area!  This year’s National MS Society’s Walk MS takes place on Sunday, May 4th in 17 different cities in Minnesota.  Help raise funds for critical research and programs that support people living with … Continue reading

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AASM shares study on Sleep Education website about untreated sleep apnea & fatigue in MS

From “Study links untreated sleep apnea to fatigue in MS patients” by Patrick Murray at sleepeducation.com: “Untreated sleep apnea may be contributing to MS patients’ debilitating fatigue. Findings from a new study show that people with MS have a heightened … Continue reading

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