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THINK Neurology for Kids -The Woodlands
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"Dr. Varghese was extremely personable, knowledgeable and has an exceptional bedside manner. I would highly recommend him to other families in need of his expertise and guidance!" says Jennifer Martin on Facebook
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Excellent review by Demi Prejean, via Facebook

Everyone here was so amazing. I was given a seven day sample of my medicine without having to wait on the pharmacy to pick it up or anything. Thank you so much to everyone here for helping me. You are all much appreciated!
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Excellent review by Krystyl McGuire, via Facebook

Dr. Varghese was wonderful with our son during a confusing time. He was thorough, took his time with us.... and we appreciate his insight and knowledge as he investigated his symptoms from every which way! Thank you, Dr. Varghese!
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Excellent review by Callie Roy, via Facebook

Love the staff and location. Especially Dr. Akbar who quickly diagnosed my son with epilepsy and he is not under her care and doing exceptional with his medication. I highly recommend this practice. Even if I have to drive 2 hours for visits; you can tell they truly care.
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Excellent review by Jenny Kribs, via Facebook

Dr. Nwuso is the best! If you're looking for a doctor with great bed side manners and a kind heart, she's excellent. We're seizure free and thriving thanks to her.
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Physical activity and brain development in children are often correlated! Exercise produces endorphins while putting increased blood and oxygen to the brain. Those PE classes and extracurricular activities are definitely worth it!

http://thinkpedineuro.com/news/2015/02/exercise-helps-kids-brains
Exercise Helps Kids' Brains
Exercise Helps Kids' Brains
thinkpedineuro.com
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Repeated head impacts from football can cause brain trauma for young children whose brains are still developing, according to research from Boston University School of Medicine. What do you guys think?

http://thinkpedineuro.com/news/2015/02/is-football-bad-for-the-brain
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Measles kill 145,000 children worldwide each year. Vaccination is not your enemy; measles are, so please remember to vaccinate your child/children!
This is an infographic with an accompanying article about how measles affect the brain.
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