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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


31-07-3014 | What do you want from health apps?

PatientView, a UK-based health research, publishing and consultancy group and Health 2.0 are undertaking a short online survey aiming to find out how what patients and carers really want from health app. » read more


30-07-2014 | Epilepsy Foundation offers Targeted Research Initiative into Cannabidiol and Epilepsy

The Epilepsy Foundation USA is offering a Targeted Research Initiative for Research regarding Cannabidiol (CBD) and Epilepsy programme. » read more


16-07-2014 | New Neural Device ‘Could Help Restore Memory'

An implantable neural device is being developed in the US that could offer the potential to help restore memory among patients with neurological conditions such as epilepsy. » read more


09-07-2014 | Epilepsy research prominent in SFI funding round to support early career researchers

Three epilepsy researchers have been awarded significant new grants in the latest round of Science Foundation Ireland awards this week. » read more


02-07-2014 | New clues to the genetics of epilepsy

An international team of researchers has discovered a significant genetic component of Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsy (IGE), the most common form of epilepsy. » read more


25-06-2014 | Children who have been breastfed show no adverse outcomes at age 6

It is widely understood that breastfeeding is good for babies but concern exists around the perceived harm that mothers who take antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) while breastfeeding could do to their child. » read more

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