When Tom’s epileptic seizures could no longer be controlled with drugs, he started considering surgery. Tom – who asked that we not use his last name because he worries that…Details
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Many adults with epilepsy have agoraphobia, or a fear of public places, new research suggests. That impacts quality of life and is something doctors should include in other screening that…Details
The concern about health equity, a complex and multifaceted issue, has been brought up in many conversations across fields of medicine. In neurology specifically, there have been several conversations about…Details
A study on the effects of progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) exercises in patients with epilepsy found a significant decrease in depressive symptoms, improved sleep, and improved quality of life. Read…Details
About three million people in the United States have epilepsy, including about a million who can’t rely on medication to control their seizures. For years, those patients had very limited…Details
A measure of brain activity known as causal flow can help locate the source of seizures before they occur, according to a new study co-authored by Georgia State and Emory…Details