Monthly Archives: July 2014

Keep Your Brain Healthy!

  A recent article posted to healthfinder.gov shares exciting news: three new studies show that the rate of dementia is falling.  Although the overall number of people in the United States with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), dementia, or Alzheimer’s Disease may have increased simply because … Continue reading

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Is Baby coming soon? Has Baby already arrived? Both times in early parenthood present challenges to sleep

It is common knowledge that new parents can expect to lose out on sleep once baby arrives. Regular feeding schedules and irregular sleeping schedules for baby both mean a full night of sleep becomes difficult to come by.  As much as this … Continue reading

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An informative TEDTalk on EEG and diagnosing developmental disorders in kids

In this TEDTalk, neuroscientist Aditi Shankardass explains how EEG technology has been used to correctly diagnose disorders like seizure in children whose symptoms have lead to mistaken diagnoses. A correct diagnosis and the needed treatment that often times follows, can make a … Continue reading

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“Can Facebook Save a Life?” KSTP Channel 5 Eyewitness News meets an amazing group of people with MS

In a three part story aired on KSTP Channel 5 Eyewitness News on May 19th, 2014, we meet Amy Anderson, an amazing woman with Multiple Sclerosis, and patient of Noran Neurological Clinic.  She takes us through some of the challenges her diagnosis has brought into … Continue reading

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