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On a brisk, sunny November morning, while resting in a secluded grove of orange and yellow-leaved trees, Warren Lammert sits on the concrete steps of a hotel in Virginia and recounts one of the scariest moments of his life – the day his then-8...
Washington, DC-How does one translate the results of a laboratory experiment into a medication that helps patients with epilepsy? To answer this question, Orrin Devinsky, MD, New York University Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, New York, NY, and...
Certain individuals are born with special sensitivity to flashing lights or contrasting visual patterns, such as stripes, grids and checkerboards. Because of this condition, their brain will produce epileptic-like discharges when exposed to this...
Among the 200,000 Americans diagnosed with epilepsy each year, more than two-thirds control their seizures with medication. A century ago, that wasn’t an option. Before 1912, when phenobarbital became the first drug to suppress seizures...
“Relationships are the most important part of our lives. They are what sustain us and bolster us in both joyful and trying times. And yet, within the confines of a physicians’ office, relationship issues tend to get overlooked,”...

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