Jul 16, 2014
I admit, I didn’t know until I read this article by Drs. Morandi, Guido, and Tagliabue from Pavia, Italy!  Basically, this is a study of other studies: the authors search the Internet using medical referencing software to look for trends in...
Sick Child
Jul 16, 2014
Febrile seizures are seizures that are observed in small children and infants. They are associated with a fever, but without the presence of an intracranial infection or other defined cause. These seizures usually coincide with a loss of...
Sad man
Jul 9, 2014
Epilepsy self-management is both a process and a set of behaviors that help people manage their epilepsy and the impact on their daily lives. Self-management can cover a wide range of skills, such as managing seizures safely, modifying one's...
Jul 9, 2014
Introduction Historically, the majority of health care interactions and decision-making has occurred in a doctor’s office or hospital, despite the fact that patients live and experience their health at home, in the workplace, or in their...
Sleeping girl
Jul 9, 2014
The majority of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP) cases occur at night and often the person is found face down in bed. The rate at which SUDEP victims are found prone (58 to 86%) far exceeds the proportion expected rate that sleeping face...