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19-7-2010 | New system gives hope for seizure detection

Researchers have developed an epilepsy control system which has been successful in detecting and supressing seizures in animal models. » read more

 

16-7-2010 | The PEAT : A new tool for screening web content for seizure inducing imagery

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin's Madison Trace Center have developed a free tool to help web development teams determine if the content of their site is likely to pose a threat to people with Photosensitive Epilepsy (PSE). » read more

 

16-07-2010 | Preventing web-based seizure inducing imagery

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin's Madison Trace Center have developed a free tool to help web development teams determine if the content of their site is likely to pose a threat to people with Photosensitive Epilepsy (PSE). » read more

 

15-7-2010 | Did Emily Dickinson have Epilepsy?

A heated debate among literary scholars has emerged following the publication of a new book which claims poet Emily Dickinson may have had epilepsy. » read more

 

6-07-2010 New Research into Light Therapy as a Potential Treatment for Epilepsy

There is a new clinical trial taking place at the University College London (UCL) investigating whether light therapy could benefit people with epilepsy who continue to have seizures after trying several types of medication. » read more

 

1-07-2010 | VNS Becomes More Effective Over Time in Controlling Seizures

Vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) effectively reduces seizure frequency in some patients with drug-resistant epilepsy, but VNS treatment may have to be applied for several years before any effect can be seen. » read more

 

29-06-2010 | Prognosis for children with epilepsy

Children with new-onset epilepsy of unknown origin have a much higher rate of remission than those with symptomatic epilepsy, caused by underlying brain damage or disease. » read more

 

28-06-2010 | Researchers Work to Prevent Neurological Diseases

Many diseases of brain function, such as epilepsy are caused by problems in how neurons communicate with each other. » read more

 

28-5-2010 | Pediatric Epilepsy Patients Having Improved Outcomes After Surgery

American researchers claim that more paediatric epilepsy patients are becoming seizure-free after surgery than ever before. » read more

 

25-5-2010 | Study claims news coverage is biased against drivers with epilepsy

The results of a recent study undertaken by the Mayo Clinic in America has found that newspaper coverage is biased against people with epilepsy in their reporting of car accidents. » read more

 
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