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Epilepsy

A KEIGHLEY woman with epilepsy has spoken of the challenges she faces […]

A CO Tyrone child with life-threatening epilepsy is in “really high spirits” […]

PEOPLE with epilepsy in Yorkshire are at serious risk of loneliness and […]

New King’s College London research reveals how genetic defects can lead to […]

A nationwide survey of Australians has revealed that people suffering from epilepsy […]

Katie Cooke has a lifestyle clash few others can rival. The 19-year-old […]

Brain connectivity in people with epilepsy and those without are different showed […]

My epilepsy is classed as ‘controlled’ because I’m on medication, but medication […]

The auction was established by Epilepsy Action Australia, which provides education and […]

Jacqui is hoping more people, particularly those with uncontrolled epilepsy, will come […]

Shona Robison, the cabinet secretary for health and wellbeing, praised the ‘world-class […]

An app that allows people with epilepsy to self-monitor their condition has […]

Researchers from Rhode Island Hospital have found a link between cognitive impairment […]

A 70-YEAR-old man with epilepsy died after falling and hitting his head, […]

A state-of-the-art epilepsy unit run by a leading charity has been praised […]

Briviact (brivaracetam) has been authorised as an add-on treatment for partial onset […]

The outspoken TV personality and former Exeter resident has shown off pictures […]

Mark Manford, consultant neurologist at Bedford and Addenbrooke’s Hospitals, said: “Finding the […]

Juliet Ashton, Epilepsy Society’s Sapphire nurse consultant for epilepsy commissioning said: “Epilepsy […]

I have endeavoured to stay off the various medications and their myriad […]

The study also found that headaches can present as diverse features, including […]

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Belgian drugmaker UCB SA’s […]

Epilepsy is a family of encephalopathies characterized by abnormal synchronous and rhythmic […]

Researchers in Australia have developed a new, minimally-invasive, brain-machine interface that could […]

She told the police officers that their flashing lights were putting Noelle […]

Soft indents create hundreds of spots across the concrete walls of this […]

People with epilepsy have noticed improvements in their day-to-day lives after receiving […]

Epilepsy surgery patients could benefit from more targeted information and support to […]

In a previous study, Professor Crunelli and colleagues discovered a new form […]

Abstract: Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has a prevalence rate of 7%–9% in […]

During pregnancy and childbirth a woman’s epilepsy – particularly her seizure control […]