Neurology for Everyday Living

Brain & LifeTM is the only magazine focused on the intersection of neurologic disease and brain health. Through diverse perspectives, Brain & Life seeks to connect with readers through news and stories not found anywhere else. Formerly Neurology Now®, Brain & Life is published by the American Academy of Neurology—comprised of more than 34,000 of the world’s best and brightest neurologists—and covers a range of topics including multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, epilepsy, concussion, Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders, neuropathy, sleep disorders, migraines and much, much more.

A print subscription to Brain & Life (six issues a year) is available for FREE to anyone residing in the United States who is interested in learning more about neurologic conditions and how to live well with them. All content, plus web extras, is also available on

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Brain & Life en Español

Brain & LifeTM en Español is a new magazine for our Spanish-speaking readers. Published quarterly, Brain & Life en Español is mailed to interested readers in the United States with all content available on Please indicate your interest in the Spanish version when you subscribe to Brain & Life magazine.

Copies for American Academy of Neurology Members

Brain & Life and Brain & Life en Español print editions are available to US members of the American Academy of Neurology to distribute in your office. Email to learn more.

Magazine Departments

  • Healthy Living: Everyday advice on fitness, nutrition, exercise, wellness, and more
  • Ask Your Neurologist: Questions answered by expert neurologists
  • Disorders: A close look at a particular condition
  • Caregiving: Stories and resources for those who support and care for neurologic patients
  • Take Charge: General wellness tips for managing a neurologic condition

Research: The latest research, clinical trials, and promising treatments

  • Speak Up: Inspiring essays about living with neurologic disorders or caring for someone who has a neurologic disorder
  • Pictures of You: Candid profiles of people live with neurologic disorders
  • Resources: Clinical trials, conferences, websites, books, and patient advocacy organization

Opinions expressed by the authors are not necessarily those of the American Academy of Neurology, its affiliates, or of the Publisher. The American Academy of Neurology, its affiliates, and the Publisher disclaim any liability to any party for the accuracy, completeness, efficacy, or availability of the material contained in this publication (including drug dosages) or for any damages arising out of the use or non-use of any of the material contained in this publication.