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Dr. Steven Schachter, Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School (HMS), and Associate Director of Clinical Research at the HMS Division for Resarch and Education in Complementary and Integrative Medical Therapies, recently received a research...
Until the mid-1980’s women with epilepsy were advised not to use oral contraceptives (OC). This contraindication was based on animal studies showing exacerbation of seizures by estrogen. However, not only do the low estrogen doses in currently...
Choosing the right educational environment for your child can be an overwhelming decision for any parent. The process is even more complicated for parents of children with special needs. Charter schools offer parents of children with special needs a...
The school environment has been described as "the second most important social environment for the child after family"1. Hence, it can also be said that the teacher is the second most important figure in the child's life after family. Given the...
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...

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