Mon, 12/05/2016
Join the Epilepsy Foundation of Northern California and epilepsy.com for an online session called Epilepsy iConnect at Home (EiCaH). These 90-minute interactive sessions include a short presentation followed by audience comments, questions, and...
Siblings sitting on a curb
Mon, 12/05/2016
Siblings of children living with epilepsy are more likely to feel protective towards their siblings versus feeling resentment or embarrassment. Research that is part of the Seizures and Outcomes Study in Children Study (SOS-KIDS) was presented at...
RNS System by NeuroPace
Mon, 12/05/2016
In a study presented at the American Epilepsy Society 70th Annual Meeting, NeuroPace, Inc., announced that its ongoing long-term treatment study has demonstrated significant seizure reduction with the RNS® System (responsive neurostimulation system...
Infantile Seizure
Sun, 12/04/2016
A new study found that nearly half of babies who suffer from infantile spasms are not accurately diagnosed for more than a month and this delay can increase the risk of intellectual disability, autism, lifelong epilepsy, and death. A team led by...
Driving
Sun, 12/04/2016
Preliminary research released today at the American Epilepsy Society 70th Annual Meeting provided additional insight into driver safety for people living with epilepsy. Driving is typically safe for the 75 percent of people with epilepsy that have...

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