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Young stroke patient becomes her own best advocate
Eugheia Simon suffered and recovered from two strokes before the age of 30. Through her experiences, she has learned to be her own best advocate.
Expert weighs in on MS and coronavirus
The best advice for patients with MS during the pandemic is to follow CDC guidelines and to continue taking their medications.
Expert shares challenges and solutions for caregivers of individuals with dementia
Those caring for individuals with dementia are faced with a unique set of challenges during the COVID-19 outbreak. It's imperative that they take care of not only the patient but of themselves as well.
Expanding access to telehealth
In the midst of a pandemic, health care providers turn to virtual care to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Tips for a successful telehealth visit
Be prepared for a successful telehealth visit by incorporating these expert tips before and during your next appointment with your health care provider.
What people with epilepsy need to know during this pandemic
Patients with epilepsy have the ability to practice social distancing without missing an appointment with their neurologist.
Immunocompromised patients at a higher risk for COVID-19
According to the CDC, those with a compromised immune system have a higher chance of developing serious complications from COVID-19.
Innovative procedure gives epilepsy patient the family of her dreams
A pioneering minimally invasive procedure gave Alisha Mehaffey the chance to start the family she feared would never be possible.
Deep brain stimulation restores quality of life
How a Grangerland pastor overcame tremors with help from UT Physicians specialists using advanced techniques to improve quality of life.