Category Archives: Pediatric Conditions

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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Epilepsy and Seizure: Q & A with Dr. Gerald Dove

Gerald Dove, MD is a Board Certified Neurologist with Noran Neurological Clinic.  He is additionally certified in Clinical Neurophysiology and Epilepsy.  He has undergone further training and certification, enabling him to perform EMG’s for both his own patients and for other … 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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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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Free Patient Education Program for People With Seizure Disorder and Their Families

Noran Neurological Clinic’s neurologists are excited to announce a series of patient and family seizure education programs scheduled for March and April.  If you or a loved one are affected by seizure disorder, please bring your family and join us at … Continue reading

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Great resource to find free or low cost medication programs

Medications can be a very important part of managing a medical condition, often in conjunction with other therapies and healthy lifestyle.  Unfortunately, as many patients know, they can also be one of the most expensive aspects of a treatment plan.  What some … Continue reading

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Family Fit Lifestyle Month

Many people start out the new year with a resolution for themselves to lose those pounds that have accrued over the last year – or sometimes just over the holidays.  However, January is Family Fit Lifestyle month, and a great … Continue reading

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Is this a headache to be concerned about? Should I see a doctor?

Most people experience a headache at some point in their lifetimes.  It might be related to lack of sleep, a temporary illness like the flu or sinus congestion from a cold, an unusually stressful situation, etc.  However, for some people … Continue reading

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Have you discussed snoring or other sleep concerns with your dentist lately?

Neurologists board certified in sleep medicine can work with your dentist to evaluate, diagnose, and treat sleep disorders.  Oftentimes, your dentist is a first line identifier of symptoms that may indicate an underlying obstructive apnea or other sleep problem.  They … Continue reading

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Raising awareness of Epilepsy and Alzheimer’s Disease in November

We are halfway through November, and well into National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, as well as National Epilepsy Awareness month!  Both neurological issues affect many people, and you may have a friend or loved one who manages their own condition and/or that … Continue reading

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