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Kids’ Fever-Related Convulsions Tied to Greater Risk of Epilepsy, Schizophrenia Kids’ Fever-Related Convulsions Tied to Greater Risk of Epilepsy, Schizophrenia

A new Danish study shows a link between repeated febrile (fever-related) convulsions and the risk of epilepsy and psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia and depression. The register-based study involved two million Danish children born between 1977...

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World Federation of Neurology Reveals New Frontiers in Epilepsy Treatment for Children, Pregnant Women and, New Links Between ADHD and Epilepsy at 24th Annual World Congress of Neurology, Dubai

World Federation of Neurology Reveals New Frontiers in Epilepsy Treatment for Children, Pregnant Women and, New Links Between ADHD and Epilepsy at 24th Annual World Congress of Neurology, Dubai

The road to caring for patients with epilepsy is leading to more effective options for patients of all ages, according to expert findings unveiled by members of the World Federation of Neurology. Breakthrough advances in epilepsy research will take center stage as the...

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LIVING WITH EPILEPSY

LIVING WITH EPILEPSY

Epilepsy can cause a number of health complications, especially if it goes untreated. The most serious of these complications is known as sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP). While uncommon, it does cause great concern among those with epilepsy because so...

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