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14-12-2015 | Cognitive Screening Tool Useful in Clinic For Children With Epilepsy

New research supports the use of a portable, and easy-to-use computerized cognitive screen for children with a recent epilepsy diagnosis. » read more

 
'08-12-2015 | eHealth Ireland announces public consultation process on national Electronic Health Record' image

08-12-2015 | eHealth Ireland announces public consultation process on national Electronic Health Record

The HSE and eHealth Ireland have this week launched a public consultation process on a range of matters regarding a new national Electronic Health Record (EHR). » read more

 

04-12-2015 | A step towards gene therapy against intractable epilepsy

By delivering genes for a certain signal substance and its receptor into the brain of test animals with chronic epilepsy, a research group at Lund University in Sweden and colleagues at University of Copenhagen Denmark has succeeded in considerably reducing the number of epileptic seizures among the animals. » read more

 

30-11-2015 | Health-related behaviour ‘often improves in people with epilepsy’

A new study has highlighted a trend towards better health-related behaviour among people diagnosed with epilepsy. » read more

 
'24-11-2015 | Epilepsy features on RTE’s 10 Things to Know about the Brain' image

24-11-2015 | Epilepsy features on RTE’s 10 Things to Know about the Brain

RTE ONE's "10 Things to know about" series featured epilepsy and epilepsy research » read more

 
'17-11-2015 | Galway entrepreneur invents safety device for epilepsy' image

17-11-2015 | Galway entrepreneur invents safety device for epilepsy

EpiSafe is a new monitor and alarm system invented by Galway entrepreneur Audrey Holland for people with epilepsy. » read more

 

12-11-2015 | Children who develop whooping cough may be at higher risk of epilepsy

A study published this month in the Journal of the American Medical Association highlights that Whooping cough (pertussis) may be linked to a slightly increased risk for young children to develop epilepsy. » read more

 

06-11-2015 | Flies may have the answer to preventing epilepsy, say Manchester scientists

University of Manchester researchers believe they have found the answer to the early prevention of epilepsy in the tiny nervous systems of fruit flies » read more

 
'22-10-2015 | Sudoku Puzzle Triggered Seizures in a Student' image

22-10-2015 | Sudoku Puzzle Triggered Seizures in a Student

The unique case report of a German student who developed clonic seizures which notably only occurred when he was solving Sudoku puzzles » read more

 
'15-10-2015 | Important notice re driver licencing for sleep seizures, first seizures, provoked seizures and seizures with awareness' image

15-10-2015 | Important notice re driver licencing for sleep seizures, first seizures, provoked seizures and seizures with awareness

Recent difficulties concerning the issuing of driving licences to people with certain types of seizures who have had a seizure within the previous 12 months are being resolved by the RSA. » read more

 
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