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One in 10 People Worldwide Will Experience a First Seizure in Their Lifetime, Potentially Raising Risk For Epilepsy and Other Consequences if Untreated NEW YORK, April 20, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/
How well people with newly diagnosed epilepsy respond to their first drug treatment, may signal the likelihood that they will continue to have uncontrolled seizures.
A new study performed on rats shows promise in helping fight against the harmful effects of traumatic brain injury.
Soldiers who receive traumatic brain injuries during war may be at a higher risk of epilepsy even decades after the brain injury occurred.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A history of major depression and a past suicide attempt seem to be tied to an increased risk of seizures and epilepsy, according to the findings of a population-based study conducted in Iceland. Dr. Dale C.
Scientists investigating epilepsy at the University of Liverpool have found no significant long-term benefit in administering immediate treatment to those with early epilepsy and infrequent seizures.
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