Brain Health

Dystonia: Jamie Dupree Fights Back Against Oromandibular Dystonia

Fifty-five-year-old husband and father of three Jamie Dupree has been a radio news correspondent for more than 30 years. He’s covered the United States Congress and politics under six different presidents, but about three...

Concussions: Living with Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

Being a star athlete is every kid’s dream, and for Nate Lewis that dream became a reality. Nate’s passion for football started when he was just 10 years old. He loved the game and...

‘Your Fantastic Mind’ Season 2: Continuing to Take You Behind the Curtain of the Brain

Emory Brain Health Center and Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) are continuing their partnership with a second season of "Your Fantastic Mind". The Emmy-nominated television series features compelling stories on brain-related health and wellness. The...

Staying Resilient During COVID-19

Taking care of your mental health and well-being is now more important than ever. For most of us, daily life does not look the same since COVID-19 and living in this time of uncertainty...

Brain Tumor Treatment: Taking it One Step at a Time

Graduating college and getting ready to step out into the “real world” is a feeling many of us are familiar with, but for Daniel Meadows, the “real world” seemed anything but real. Just months...

Emory Brain Health Center Offering Telehealth Appointments through Emory Connected Care

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of telehealth has played an important role in patient care throughout the Brain Health Center and Emory Healthcare overall. Our use of telemedicine has soared...

Ja’Lisa’s Journey: Reclaiming Life after Epilepsy

In her early 20s, Ja’Lisa Thomas was enjoying life — teaching preschool and expecting her first child — until something went very wrong. She was stopped at a red light on her way to...

Alzheimer’s Awareness: Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

Cecile Bazaz was a wife, mother, and successful banking executive in her 40s when she began showing subtle signs that something might be wrong. At first, it was little things, like forgetting her zip...

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