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2013-08-06 23:22:10

The lawyer and consumer rights advocate from the Driscoll Firm, P.C., points to a study cited by the FDA, indicating a connection between pregnant women using migraine headache medications such as Depakote and decreased intelligence in their children. He urges consumers to review the FDA warning and learn more about their legal rights. St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 06, 2013 John J. Driscoll, an attorney who represents drug injury victims across the nation, today called consumers’...

Study Suggests Silky Brain Implants May Help Stop Spread Of Epilepsy
2013-07-25 12:04:43

NIH/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke NIH-funded study suggests role for adenosine in molecular processes involved in epilepsy Silk has walked straight off the runway and into the lab. According to a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, silk implants placed in the brain of laboratory animals and designed to release a specific chemical, adenosine, may help stop the progression of epilepsy. The research was supported by the National Institute...

2013-07-22 11:16:32

People with epilepsy are ten times more likely to die early, before their mid-fifties, compared with the general population, according to a 41 year study in Sweden published today in the Lancet and part-funded by the Wellcome Trust. The findings reveal a striking correlation between premature death and mental illness in these patients and people with epilepsy were four times more likely to have received a psychiatric diagnosis in their lifetime compared with the general population. The...

Topiramate Treats Addiction
2013-07-19 09:37:32

Rebekah Eliason for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Topiramate is drug conventionally used to treat epilepsy and effect weight loss but it is currently being researched for its ability to help cocaine and alcohol addicts kick the habit. The results from this double-blind study offer hope that topiramate may help treat addiction. Several past studies have shown the drug to be effective for those addicted to either cocaine or alcohol, but no clinical trials have been performed on...

2013-07-18 11:47:24

Children whose mothers took antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) while pregnant are at increased risk of early development issues, according to a new study published in Epilepsia, a journal published by Wiley on behalf of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE). Results of the study suggest that children exposed to AEDs in the womb were at risk for difficulties with motor development, language skills, social skills, and autistic traits compared to children whose mothers did not take...

2013-07-17 11:09:29

Researchers at Bonn University Hospital and at the MPI Cologne predict chances of success of an operation Scientists at Bonn University Hospital and at the Max Planck Institute for neurological research in Cologne have developed a method with which the chances of success of a surgical procedure for temporal lobe epilepsy can be accurately predicted. The rate of accurate predictions is more than 90%. The results are now being presented in the scientific journal "NeuroImage:Clinical."...


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