NEUROLOGICAL CONDITIONS

Neurological conditions can affect the brain, eyes or nervous system. Explore amnesia, Alzheimer's, comas and more.
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How to Deal With Motion Sickness

Oh that queasy feeling, when the world just won't stop swaying or bobbing. No matter what the mode of transport, the result can be motion sickness. Learn tips to help avoid this uncomfortable state.

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  • How to Talk to Family and Friends About Brain Conditions

    How to Talk to Family and Friends About Brain Conditions

    When you are first diagnosed with a condition that affects your brain, you may go through a period of shock and surprise. Learn more about coping with a diagnosis that is associated with the brain in this article. See more »

  • Questions to Ask Brain Specialists

    Questions to Ask Brain Specialists

    People with a condition that affects the brain will most likely see a specialist called a neurologist. Check out what we have found on how to ask the right questions for finding a brain specialist. See more »

  • Ways of Coping with Early Stage Alzheimer's Disease

    Ways of Coping with Early Stage Alzheimer's Disease

    Alzheimer's disease can be hard disease on the person it afflicts and their surrounding loved ones. Learn more about how to cope with the early stages of Alzheimer's disease in this article. See more »

  • What is cerebral edema?

    What is cerebral edema?

    Cerebral edema is a condition where the brain's water content increases, causing the pressure inside the skull to rise. Learn more about cerebral edema from this article. See more »

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