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Title: High-Fat, Low-Carb Diet May Help With Tough-to-Treat Epilepsy Category: Health News Created: 10/29/2014 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 10/30/2014 12:00:00 AM
After a delay of more than two years a €500,000 specialist unit for monitoring seizures in people with poorly controlled epilepsy is set to open in January.
Pregnant women who take anti-epilepsy drugs could cause birth defects in their children.
The Epilepsy Foundation launches a new nationwide campaign, brand and logo today, daring the public to help break barriers blocking many people living with seizures from reaching their fullest life potential.One ...
A new study published in The Cochrane Library, highlights the difficult decisions women with epilepsy have to face when they become pregnant.
A common protein plays a different role than previously thought in the opening and closing of channels that let ions flow in and out of our cells, researchers at Johns Hopkins report.
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