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  1. Autism-epilepsy connection explored in four studies

    Autism-epilepsy connection explored in four studies

    Epilepsy affects nearly 30 percent of all people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a neurobehavioral condition marked by impaired social and language development. Conversely, many patients with epilepsy display ASD-like behavior. Recent studies suggest that epileptic seizures impair the neural pathways needed for socialization, but the details of this process...

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  2. BLOG: Cyanotic Seizures, What are they?

    BLOG: Cyanotic Seizures, What are they?

    Today, one of our closest family member/supporter’s infant girl had what appears to be a ‘Cyanotic’ seizure…What is that? Her older brother has a seizure disorder, but until today, the young girl had never had any seizures, and thankfully, doctors seem to think this is an isolated incident. The youngster in...

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