Category: "Human Interest Epilepsy"

People with epilepsy in ‘Urgent need’ of better care, according to new research

People with epilepsy in ‘Urgent need’ of better care, according to new research

NEW research has revealed people with epilepsy in Scotland are facing declining services and extensive waiting times for specialist care. The Epilepsy Scotland charity says the statistics show an urgent need for an improved standard of epilepsy care across the nation. The research found that over the past year, there has been a 15% reduction […]

Mum of little Scots girl who suffers 300 seizures a day says daughter ‘robbed of childhood’

Mum of little Scots girl who suffers 300 seizures a day says daughter ‘robbed of childhood’

Schoolgirl Olivia, from Glasgow, has been left wheelchair-bound due to her childhood epilepsy. The mother of an eight-year-old girl who suffers 300 seizures a day says she has been ‘robbed of her childhood’. Olivia, from Glasgow, has Doose Syndrome, a severe form of childhood epilepsy. On her worst days the schoolgirl can suffer up to 300 […]

Schizencephaly as an Unusual Cause of Adult-Onset Epilepsy: A Case Report

Schizencephaly as an Unusual Cause of Adult-Onset Epilepsy: A Case Report

Abstract Schizencephaly is a very rare anatomical malformation of the cerebrum characterized by a cleft extending from the cortex to the ventricles. Usually, this disease is diagnosed at a very young age or in early adulthood. Symptoms may vary depending on the site and the size of the malformation. Here, we are describing the unique […]

Top Advantages of Using Weed Gummies

Top Advantages of Using Weed Gummies

If you’re new to recreational or medicinal marijuana and want to learn more about the advantages of where to start, edibles and other smokeless choices are a great place to start. Edibles and extracts are frequently offered in cannabis shops, with edibles including sweets, beverages, brownies, pastries, and other delectable options. In addition, you may […]

RADAR-CNS paves way for remote measurement technology to manage depression, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy

RADAR-CNS paves way for remote measurement technology to manage depression, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy

The RADAR-CNS project has collected data from smartphones and wearables to assess how remote measurement technology could help manage depression, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. The results of a six-year project involving 22 organizations across Europe and the United States have provided landmark insights into how technology in the form of wearables and smartphones could transform […]

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