The latest medical news on Neurology

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The Conversation (AU) - Health

Can you use a test intended for adults or older children? How do you test a wriggling or grumpy small child anyway? We’re infection control and chi...

Epilepsy U

An absence seizure is a generalized onset seizure, which affects both sides of the brain at the same moment. During an absence seizure, you lose aw...

Epilepsy U

It’s not every day you get asked to share your epilepsy story on Morning TV, let alone get to meet one of your musical heroes! For Epilepsy Action ...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

As cases continue to skyrocket in Australia, parents are understandably worried about what would happen if their baby got COVID.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

The WHO has released a major report on assistive technology. It says almost 1 billion children and adults can’t get the glasses, wheelchairs, techn...

Epilepsy U

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

Epilepsy U

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

The Conversation (AU) - Health

A yet-to-be-verified study found health-care workers who’d had a flu shot were a third less likely to test positive for COVID – and 90% less likely...

Epilepsy U

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...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

What’s the difference between a variant and a subvariant? It’s all in the behaviour.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Most research on the impact of unplanned pregnancies focuses on mothers. So we turned to Reddit to find out what dads really thought.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Positive patient reviews will soon be legal to use in medical advertising in Australia. How powerful is word-of-mouth promotion for health services?