A New York State study found that younger, not older women suffered an increase risk of stroke, both during pregnancy and in postpartum.
Younger women — not older women — had an increased risk of stroke dur […]
Chuck Carmen wrote a new post, University of Calgary neuro chip offers hope for treating neurological disease, on the site EpilepsyU 13 hours, 58 minutes ago
Could lead to personalized medication for people with epilepsy and Parkinson’s
Scientists at the University of Calgary have developed a neuro chip that could one day be used in the treatment of Parkinson’s, […]
Chuck Carmen wrote a new post, Autism Pediatrics / Children’s Health Early intervention for parents of children with autism reduces symptoms, on the site EpilepsyU 1 day, 8 hours ago
For children with autism, interventions typically focus on the child. But results of a new, long-term study indicate that an early intervention centering on helping parents communicate with their child reduces the […]
Seizures don’t always look like what you’d imagine.
If all you know about seizures and epilepsy comes from movies, chances are you picture a person shaking violently and foaming at the mouth after seeing too […]
Today, approximately 3 million people in the United States are living with epilepsy, a condition that is characterized by two unprovoked seizures or one unprovoked seizure with the likelihood of more. While most […]
Chuck Carmen wrote a new post, Folinic acid could help children with autism communicate better, on the site EpilepsyU 1 week ago
Preliminary study also identifies specific biomarkers that can predict treatment response in children with autism and verbal communication problems.
Prescription doses of folinic acid, which is a reduced form of […]