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14-04-2014 | New Operational Definition of Epilepsy published for Clinicians

In 2005 an ILAE task force led by the distinguished epileptologist Dr. Bob Fisher produced a definition of epilepsy and seizures for ILAE and IBE. » read more

 

11-04-2014 | Autoimmune Cause of Epilepsy Researched

A recent US study provides evidence of an autoimmune cause of epilepsy, leading researchers to suggest that individuals diagnosed with either an autoimmune condition or epilepsy should be screened for the other. » read more

 

02-04-2014 | Irish researchers estimate psychosis rates in epilepsy

A new study, conducted by Prof. David Cotter and colleagues from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland has found that people with epilepsy are nearly eight times more likely than people without the condition to experience psychosis. » read more

 

24-03-2014 | New report on students with disabilities in higher education in Ireland

A new report published by AHEAD has found that students with disabilities make up 4.6% of the overall student population in higher education in Ireland. » read more

 

20-03-2014 | Epilepsy in sea lions similar to that in humans

Could sea lions hold the answer to improved epilepsy treatment? This may not be as far-fetched a question as you might think. » read more

 

19-03-2014 | 'Optical switches’ could be used to treat epilepsy

German researchers have found a way to switch sensory neurons on and off using light alone. » read more

 

28-02-2014 | Benign Rolandic Epilepsy of Childhood 30 year follow-up: a positive outlook

Benign Rolandic Epilepsy of Childhood (BREC) is a syndrome of childhood epilepsy. It is common and affects one quarter of children with epilepsy » read more

 

07-02-2014 | Early Treatment with AED Reduces Time of Febrile Seizures

New research highlights how children with febrile status epilepticus (FSE) who receive antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) early in their treatment experience a decrease in the length of the seizure. » read more

 
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03-02-2014 |Photosensitivity and technological developments

Photosensitive epilepsy (PSE) is the form of epilepsy in which seizures are triggered by flashing or flickering light, or, in some cases, visual patterns. » read more

 

28-01-2014 | New research suggests possible new target for seizure blocking medicines

An American research team have discovered a new way in which epileptic activity travels through the brain, this discovery could lead to new seizure blocking medicines. » read more

 
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