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Fireworks, flags, video games and even early evening or night driving appear to carry a certain risk for people with epilepsy. Dr. Erba explained how it is that some people watching fireworks might find that the display triggers a seizure. He...
Proponents of meditation tout its ability to reduce seizures in people with epilepsy, while those more skeptical contend that regular practice of meditation could in fact induce epileptic seizures. So, how much of this debate is based on real...
Olympic bronze medalist Chanda Gunn, like every young sportsman, had her share of role models while growing up. Not surprisingly they included athletes, such as swimmer Janet Evans, a four-time Olympic gold medalist, and hockey player Cammi Granato...
“Carpe diem,” one of the world’s most famous and satirized phrases, has long been taking on different variations and meanings. “Carp diem” – Fish of the day “Carpe Duh” – Seize the...
The night was perfect for the first Ice-skating to Cure Epilepsy (ICE) event which was held in Chicago on December 17, 2006. It was sponsored jointly by the Epilepsy Therapy Project (Epilepsy Therapy Project) and CURE (Citizens United for Research...

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