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Neurology and Men's Health

Men's health

Over the past 50 years, the field of women's health has examined how biology, culture, history, and other factors have influenced women's health and well-being. While men have had, and continue to benefit from, many advantages over women, this corresponding study of "men's health" has only recently gained this kind of attention attention. For Men's Health Month in 2018, the Neurology Department launched a new interview series addresses this imbalance for a variety of neurological conditions.

Click on the links below to read leading neurological experts at Duke discuss how conditions such as epilepsy, sleep disorders, and ALS uniquely affect men and their well-being.