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CNCA Staff Member’s Original Song to Air on the Radio…And Much More to Come

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To her colleagues at Child Neurology Consultants of Austin, Moneka Garza is hardworking, kind and full of energy. She can now also add “radio star” to the list.

Updated Concussion Guidelines

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The CDC shared its first-ever concussion guidelines for kids. What are our thoughts? Learn more here.

Update on the Benson Family's Battle Against Batten Disease

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There’s no sweeter sibling love story than this…learn more about CNCA patient Christiane Benson and her battle against Batten Disease, a rare neurological disorder, and what her brother Garland is doing to help:

College and Learning Differences: What you should know?

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Of the more than 20 million students who entered college in the fall of 2017, over 200,000 had a diagnosed learning disability. If your child has learning differences and is considering college next year, here’s what you should know:

CNCA and Zika Care Connect

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CNCA has been selected to partner with the CDC and March of Dimes for the national Zika Care Connect program. Learn more about how this network of specialists is helping pregnant women who’ve been infected with the Zika virus receive the care they need for themselves and their babies:

Dr. Elton on Fending Off Migraines

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Find out how Dr. Lindsay Elton – a migraine sufferer herself – fends off these painful headaches before they attack:

For DIY Fireworks, Heed These 5 Tips

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If you don’t want to be one of the 50,000+ Americans who make a call to the fire department for a fireworks accident this year, read up on these tips for a safer home fireworks display this Fourth of July:

Meet Our Residents

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Take a closer peek at this year’s team of residents and why the Child Neurology training program is so important to the community.

SPD in Summertime

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SPD: Sensory Processing Disorder can spike in the summer months when the heat adds additional stress to a child’s body. Here are five summer sensations to watch out for—and how to help your kiddo be okay with them—during summertime:

Dr. Karnik on SPD: Sensory Processing Disorder

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SPD, or sensory processing disorder, is becoming more and more common these days. Chances are you know someone's child who has it, if your own does not. Read up on what Dr. Dilip Karnik has to say about it right here.

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