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04-04-2016 | Adolescents and children with Type 1 diabetes almost 3 times more likely to develop epilepsy

A new study just published indicates that children with Type 1 Diabetes are almost 3 times more likely to develop epilepsy as children without Type 1 Diabetes. » read more

 
'24-03-2016 | Tegretol Retard change of name to Tegretol SR' image

24-03-2016 | Tegretol Retard change of name to Tegretol SR

Tegretol Retard, the name of this product will change in Ireland with immediate effect to Tegretol SR. » read more

 
'16-03-2016 | Can changes in heart activity be an indication of epilepsy?' image

16-03-2016 | Can changes in heart activity be an indication of epilepsy?

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio have discovered that, even in the absence of seizures, people with generalised epilepsy have differences in their heart activity compared to the average person. » read more

 

15-03-2016 | CBD and cannabis in the treatment of epilepsy

Despite recent advances in the understanding and treatment of epilepsy, up to 30% of people living with the condition do not respond to existing anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) and continue to experience regular, debilitating and potentially life-threatening seizures. » read more

 
'09-03-2016 | The challenges parents of children with epilepsy face when talking about epilepsy within the home' image

09-03-2016 | The challenges parents of children with epilepsy face when talking about epilepsy within the home

The aim of this study was to explore the challenges that parents of children with epilepsy face when talking with their children about epilepsy and epilepsy-related issues. » read more

 

22-02-2016 | New brain-machine interface ‘could aid future epilepsy treatment’

Researchers in Australia have developed a new, minimally-invasive, brain-machine interface that could be beneficial in the treatment of epilepsy in future. » read more

 

19-02-2016 | Finnish study on the efforts to prevent epilepsy in the last 40 Years

This 2015 Finnish study aimed to determine whether progress has been made in the prevention of epilepsy in Finland during the last 40 years. » read more

 
'15-02-2016 | Findings from the first national audit of neurology services highlight widespread deficits' image

15-02-2016 | Findings from the first national audit of neurology services highlight widespread deficits

Summary Findings from First National Audit of Neurology Services in Ireland. » read more

 
'12-02-2016 | New Toolkit for Women with Epilepsy on the Risks of Valproate' image

12-02-2016 | New Toolkit for Women with Epilepsy on the Risks of Valproate

A new toolkit has been launched in the UK to help health professionals inform women with epilepsy of childbearing age about the risks of being on the drug valproate. » read more

 
'25-01-2016 | Brain training to control seizures' image

25-01-2016 | Brain training to control seizures

An online brain training technique that increases alertness but calms the brain is showing promising results in helping people with epilepsy to control their seizures. » read more

 
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