Thu, 03/15/2012
In the February 2012 issue of the Journal, Epilepsia, there are two studies that address the risk factors of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP). In the first study, Drs. Hesdorffer and colleagues representing the ILAE Commission on...
Fri, 01/13/2012
As in prior years, our January edition of Keto News is devoted to a recap of research from the prior year. In this case, I share my personal top 10 list from 2011, a year which continued to demonstrate that new ideas for providing and maintaining...
Fri, 11/11/2011
Since its introduction in 1921, the ketogenic diet has been used primarily for children with difficult-to-control seizures, often with drops and tonic seizures, and with a generalized epilepsy on EEG. This is essentially what is seen in the...
Sat, 10/15/2011
In the in-press electronic version of Lancet Neurology, Professor Ryvlin and colleagues from the Claude Bernard Universite in Lyon, France, presents a meta-analysis of the impact of anti-epileptic drugs on the prevention of sudden unexplained death...
Sat, 09/10/2011
For as long as it has been available, much of the research into managing children on the ketogenic diet has focused on two important things: 1) how to start it and 2) how to maintain it. Should children be fasted or admitted? Which ratio should be...

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