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  1. MS Manual: A diagnosis of multiple sclerosis sent Vincent Spoto, 58, into a brief tailspin. Then he rallied and wrote a book to help others stay positive.

    ... drug recently approved by the US Food and Drug Administration, and I'm already seeing some benefits. And I'm a lot more comfortable asking for help when I need it.You wrote a book called Why Not Me (Dorrance Publishing

    • Bolster, Mary
    • Neurology Now
    • November 01, 2017
  2. You Ask. We Answer: How do you treat postherpetic neuralgia caused by shingles?

    ... can increase the risk of postherpetic neuralgia. The debilitating pain can also cause fatigue, insomnia, poor appetite, and poor concentration.VACCINE OPTIONThe US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved

    • Dyck, Peter J MD, FAAN
    • Neurology Now
    • September 01, 2017
  3. Are there any treatments for cluster headache other than painkillers such as aspirin?

    ... or a history of stroke or transient ischemic attack.VAGUS NERVE STIMULATOR. Last year the US Food and Drug Administration approved a handheld, patient-operated device called gammaCore that's placed on the vagus nerve...

    • Robbins, Matthew S. MD, FAAN
    • Neurology Now
    • May 01, 2018
  4. 6 Ways to Afford Medical Equipment

    ... covered through the Veterans Administration or Medicaid and don't have to pay for equipment, you may have to pay a deductible and a percentage of the cost, so check with your insurer first. Medicare, for instance,...

    • Kritz, Fran
    • Neurology Now
    • November 01, 2017
  5. 5 Ways to Access Affordable Transportation

    ... administrative fees for eight rides a month. The company makes all the arrangements, including choosing the cheapest option and reserving the ride. For more details, visit http://bit.ly/EZRide-Seniors .Icon 54 from the ...

    • Kritz, Fran
    • Neurology Now
    • May 01, 2018
  6. Migraine Specialists Can Help Stop the Cycle of Medication-overuse Headaches

    ... says. “Devices that interrupt pain signals such as nerve stimulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation—both of which are approved by the US Food and Drug Administration to treat migraine—can also be helpful.”...

    • Kritz, Fran
    • Neurology Now
    • May 01, 2018