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'17-09-2014 |  New alarm system to launch later this month' image

17-09-2014 | New alarm system to launch later this month

PulseGuard ™ is a new alarm system developed by the Perry family in the UK for their son Tom, who has severe epilepsy. » read more

 
'11-09-2014 | RCSI researchers play key role in international collaboration uncovering the genetic mysteries of epilepsy' image

11-09-2014 | RCSI researchers play key role in international collaboration uncovering the genetic mysteries of epilepsy

RCSI researchers, with support from Epilepsy Ireland played a leading role in a study recently published in the Lancet Neurology that has made an important step in discovering that whether we develop epilepsy or not may be determined by the combination of genes we inherit. » read more

 

10-09-2014 | Could Omega-3 Fish Oil prevent seizures

A new study claims people with epilepsy could reduce seizure frequency by consuming low doses of omega-3 fish oil every day. » read more

 

08-09-2014 | Research Project on Medical Marijuana for Epilepsy Patients

For some time now some parents have turned to medical marijuana to treat their children's epilepsy, crediting the drug with dramatically reducing seizure activity. » read more

 

20-08-2014 | Light therapy for epilepsy

Researchers in the US are using an experimental therapy called optogenetics to develop new ways of controlling seizures. Optogenetics uses weakened viruses with light sensitive proteins or opsins to create an electrical current which is triggered by light. » read more

 

15-08-2014 | Rolandic cortex surgery - an effective means of treatment?

A new study from Germany has underlined the benefits associated with epilepsy surgery of the rolandic and immediate perirolandic cortex, as well as the potential risks of this treatment approach. » read more

 

13-08-2014 | Genetic testing ‘useful in diagnosis of paediatric epilepsy’

A new study has demonstrated the effectiveness of using genetic testing as a means of diagnosing a certain form of difficult-to-treat epilepsy among children. » read more

 

11-08-2014 | Fruitfly study unveils secrets of seizures

Epilepsy has been linked to mutations in a human gene known as PRICKLE. » read more

 

07-08-2014 | New research reveals link between anxiety and seizures

A team of clinical psychologists from the UK and USA have shown how psychogenic seizures, also known as psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNESs), which could be mistaken for epilepsy are associated with feelings of anxiety. » read more

 

05-08-2014 | Listening for A Change: Report on medical and social needs of people with epilepsy and intellectual disability

Significant unmet needs have been identified in new International study on the care of people with epilepsy and intellectual disability. » read more

 
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