Monthly Archives: May 2014

Huntington’s Disease Awareness

Huntington’s disease (PD) is a genetic, inherited disease of the brain that leads to neurological degeneration over time. It impacts physical and mental abilities, often leading to symptoms like involuntary movements, rigidity, impaired walking and speech, cognitive impairment, and sometimes psychiatric disorders. As … Continue reading

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MRI Technologist at Boston University Medical School has fun with MRI

Here at Noran Neurological Clinic, we provide a variety of imaging services, including high field 1.5 Tesla MRI scanners. Although our MRI technologists and radiologists see and diagnose interesting and diagnostically important images of the human body every day, our MRI … Continue reading

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PAME Conference June 19-22, 2014

Although Epilepsy can oftentimes be managed with the help of a treatment plan and the support of doctors, family and friends, the sudden unexpected death of a person with epilepsy (SUDEP) is just that – sudden and unexpected.  SUDEP Aware, … Continue reading

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Stroke Quick Facts

May is here again, and that means it is time to remind people to be aware of the symptoms of stroke, and what to do if you or a loved one may be experiencing one. The National Stroke Association has … Continue reading

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