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I'll take that as a compliment.

The interesting thing about dystonia is that it is so often hidden, so often silent. We have friends that have known my husband for decades and never knew he was suffering from a neurological disorder or was in pain. 612 more words


Diagnosing and Managing Migraine Headaches

Diagnosing & Managing Migraine Headaches

by Meredith Mancuso, DPT

of MOSAIC Physical Therapy

(Presented to Seattle Dizzy Group on 7/12/14)

This presentation gives criteria for diagnosing migraine headaches and offers ways to reduce and manage symptoms including a Migraine Diet. 1,055 more words

Vestibular Disorder

Brain Fog: the fuzzy caterpillars crawling around my forehead

It feels like fuzzy caterpillars crawling around inside my forehead. Not exactly in my sinuses, it’s not the same as a sinus headache. The feeling exists somewhere between my sinuses and the microscopic energetic layer between my my skin and the surface tension of the air. 688 more words


Pesticide exposure puts students at 500 elementary schools across America at risk of cancer, neurological, reproductive and immune problems

Source: Natural News, by Julie Wilson

Dow AgroSciences is getting closer to releasing their “Enlist Weed Control System,” a new package that includes two “old” chemicals, glyphosate and 2,4-D, along with seeds genetically engineered to withstand the combination. 244 more words


Bilateral high- and low-frequency rTMS in acute stroke patients with hemiparesis: A comparative study with unilateral high-frequency rTMS, Brain Injury, Informa Healthcare

…The proposed BL-rTMS is safe and feasible and showed a greater improvement of BRS of the affected upper limb compared to HF-rTMS. This novel rTMS approach may be a useful intervention for hemiparetic patients with acute stroke… 22 more words


Foundraising with challenges

This is a team of men that has done an ice bucket challenge to raise awareness for ALS, a  disease that is rather cruel and breaks down the nerve system. 27 more words


She's alive!

The surgery went well. Not counting the first hazy days filled with constant vomiting, recovery has been easy on me. I’ve had bad days, but for the most part the days have been good since getting the staples out. 221 more words

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