Today, amidst the buzz of epilepsy professionals presenting their latest research at the AES conference, epilepsy.com staff had the chance to talk to Joyce Cramer regarding her latest study. Ms. Cramer is an Associate Research Scientist in the...
“Until recently, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) was widely used in menopausal women with epilepsy to alleviate their menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness. Now, due to the Women’s Health Initiative findings...
Today, at the 58th annual AES conference in New Orleans Joshua Breier, (neuropsychologist with the Comprehensive Epilepsy Program at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston) presented his most recent findings from a retrospective...
Past research conducted in the field of childhood epilepsy has clearly shown a link between behavioral problems and epilepsy. But, what if these behavioral problems in children with epilepsy could be attributed in part to sleep related difficulties...
“Thirty percent of patients with epilepsy continue to have seizures despite taking medications and other therapies. We are hoping, based on the results of this pilot study, that the Intercept Epilepsy Control System may eventually be shown to...

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