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epilepsy

‘Silent’ seizures tied to Alzheimer’s symptoms

Researchers suggest they're a potential target for treating the disease.

Patient Story

‘We stand together fighting epilepsy’

Skyler Moomey, 15, is battling convulsive seizures. And winning.

Epilepsy: Another potential Zika threat

CDC team says up to half of infants exposed to the virus develop seizures.

Scientists ID brain’s epilepsy network

After a century of stagnation in treatment, compelling discovery could usher in new medications.

Empower children with their health

Feeling they have control over their chronic conditions helps, researchers say.

Patient Story

‘In our wildest dreams’

Seizure sufferer Justin Shults and his family thought they were out of options—until two doctors showed them a leading-edge solution.

‘Easy to use and tremendously helpful’

A new group of seizure-tracking apps are making the lives of doctors and epilepsy patients better.

Non-epileptic seizures or epilepsy?

When misdiagnosed, psychogenic seizures can leave a patient feeling hopelessly frustrated.

‘I don’t want to cheat the game’

Coach Jerry Kill steps down at the University of Minnesota, bringing epilepsy awareness to the forefront.

Patient Story

Free from seizures at last

Learn how a robot named ROSA helped this epilepsy patient reclaim his life.

Could marijuana quell your epileptic seizures?

This last-resort option may help some, but know that not all cannabis is created equal.

Epilepsy and motherhood

Find out what women with epilepsy should know when it comes to experiencing safe pregnancies and delivering healthy babies.

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