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Epilepsy

A new study has found that a multi-component self-management intervention (MCI) for […]

Epilepsy affects tens of millions of people worldwide, but the causes of […]

On December 16, 1997, hundreds of Japanese children were brought to hospital […]

Deep Brain Stimulation therapy (DBS) is one of the techniques that a […]

River Island’s campaign with Young Epilepsy and Epilepsy Society for National Epilepsy […]

Epilepsy is a common condition affecting the brain, and almost one in […]

Results from a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial published in The New England Journal […]

According to a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial*, cannabidiol (CBD) reduces seizure frequency […]

A new clinical trial to investigate the prevention of epilepsy in children […]

Talented British actress Jennie Jacques (Vikings), and script supervisor Georgina Higgins (‘Florence […]

As many as 200,000 people with ‘drug-resistant’ epilepsy may finally be able […]

A new intranasal spray could prevent damage caused by status epilepticus, according […]

A study being conducted at the University of Warwick has been given […]

A PRE-SCHOOL in Trowbridge has been recognised for the excellent support it […]

Did you know this week is National Epilepsy Week? I went down […]

On Monday Epilepsy Research UK announced the recipients of its 2017 grants […]

In its leaked draft election manifesto, the Labour party has pledged to […]

TRUMBULL — It’s a class of brain disorders that more than 5 […]

Over 100 walkers will descend on Farnham’s Waverley Abbey this morning (May […]

PEOPLE are invited to sign up now for the Young Epilepsy Purple […]

Marking time: one hundred and 25 residents, family, friends and staff gathered […]

Young adults with uncomplicated epilepsy who remain seizure-free do as well as […]

A drug given to pregnant women for epilepsy and bipolar disorder caused […]

A COUPLE’S collection at Skelmersdale United’s derby clash with Marine raised £140 […]

Any medication taken during pregnancy can affect a baby. Birth defects – […]

Dawn Gerrard is tackling the London Marathon today, despite being completely blind […]

Leaving a legacy in your will to help fund research into the […]

Researchers at Columbia University in New York have conducted research which shows […]

An ingredient in marijuana may reduce seizures in people with a severe […]

A quality improvement project with relatively simple interventions resulted in a significant […]

Mothers who are overweight when they conceive are more likely to have […]

POOLE Hospital is celebrating after an innovative app which helps people with […]

RECENT editions of the County Press have featured articles on epilepsy — […]

There are around 400 children and their families in Fife whose lives […]

A woman with epilepsy has become the first person in Wales to […]

In a recent study, young adults who developed uncomplicated epilepsy as children […]

Adopting stress reduction techniques may lower the risk of epileptic seizures, according […]

Patients with epilepsy face many challenges, but perhaps the most difficult of […]

Raymond has appealed against the decision to stop his PIP allowance.

A Dundee man who suffers from epilepsy and Tourette’s syndrome claims he’s […]

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 […]