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29-06-2015 | New research focusses on experiences of stigma in epilepsy

A new research study looking at a certain traits which might create increased feeling of stigmatisation as reported by people with epilepsy. » read more

 

24-06-2015 | New amino acid that stops seizures discovered

A new study US study has revealed that a previously mysterious amino acid appears to act as a seizure inhibitor in animal models. » read more

 
'22-06-2015 | Study outlines benefits of online epilepsy community' image

22-06-2015 | Study outlines benefits of online epilepsy community

Being part of an online community may help people with epilepsy better manage their condition according to a new study published online last week in the journal Neurology. » read more

 

16-06-2015 | Could a Hemispherotomy help language development in epilepsy patients?

A hemispherotomy is an operation that disconnects the cortex of one half of the brain from the other without removing it. » read more

 

09-06-2015 | New research identifies the cause of memory loss in those with temporal lobe epilepsy

Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) have identified why individuals with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) are prone to memory loss, and suggest possible means of reversing this loss. » read more

 
'27-05-2015 | WHO Resolution on Epilepsy approved at World Health Assembly' image

27-05-2015 | WHO Resolution on Epilepsy approved at World Health Assembly

On Tuesday, 26th May the WHO Resolution on Epilepsy was given final approval at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, with a large number of country statements in favour of the Resolution. » read more

 

25-05-2015 | New Dutch study on corticosteroids in refractory epilepsy shows promise

A new Dutch research study has shown that corticosteroid treatment has shown promise in cases of children with refractory epilepsy. » read more

 

19-05-2015 | Effect of AEDs on status epilepticus ‘needs more research’

UK epilepsy research news report on a new study that has shed light on the potential need for more research and understanding to better evaluate the effectiveness of antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) in the treatment of status epilepticus. » read more

 

14-05-2015 | Study of cognitive development issues in school-aged children with active epilepsy

New research on the prevalence of cognitive development issues among school-aged children with "active" epilepsy (on antiepileptic Drugs (AEDs), and/or had a seizure in the last year) provides new insights on this subject. » read more

 

08-05-2015 | Study finds high levels of satisfaction with hospital and primary care for epilepsy

A new study by the Department of Nursing at Waterford Institute of Technology reporting the views of people with epilepsy with regards to health service delivery in Ireland has been published » read more

 
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