The latest medical news on Epilepsy

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During National Epilepsy Week, our Director of Research, Policy and Innovation Dr Karen Noble highlights the connection between brain tumours and e...

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Neurosurgeons with the University of Alabama at Birmingham have performed the first radiofrequency ablation for epilepsy in Alabama. Ablation uses ...

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Roux Owen was just four weeks old when he was diagnosed with a rare brain tumour. He underwent extensive treatment and now lives with the effects o...

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Lacosamide monotherapy for the treatment of childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes was well tolerated and resulted in significantly reduced ...

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Sometimes, even the alteration of a single nucleotide in a gene can cause serious disease. In a young boy with epilepsy, this kind of mutation has ...

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A mother whose three-year-old son has up to 80 seizures a day wants the NHS (National Health Service) to prescribe him cannabis. Isaac, who has a r...

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‘I think having epilepsy was that push for me to say “live your life,”’ says 35-year-old Grace Upcraft, who was diagnosed with the condition in 202...

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Plastic Bottle Recycling Market Insights 2022 : Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a neurosurgical procedure involving the implantation of a medical d...

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Resective epilepsy surgery was generally associated with good outcomes regarding employment status, seizure reduction, and antiseizure medication r...

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In rodents, absence seizures — a prominent manifestation of generalized epilepsy — drive activity-dependent myelination in the corpus callosum, inc...

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The University of Utah College of Pharmacy’s Anticonvulsant Drug Development (ADD) Program has been awarded a five-year $34 million contract renewa...

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Taking antidepressants during pregnancy has been a concern for many expectant mothers. A growing body of research points to evidence that it’s not ...