An implanted neurological device that is intended to reduce the frequency of epileptic seizures gained the unanimous backing of an FDA advisory panel Friday.
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People with epilepsy have a higher risk for migraines, and now new research offers evidence of a genetic link between the two conditions.
The coach opened it up for questions, and a little boy raised his hand. The child could have asked Jerry Kill anything, anything at all, and he would have gotten a straight answer. The Kill way is to tell the truth, even if the truth isn’t too optimistic. The Minnesota head coach learned that as a boy growing up in a tiny Kansas town with a dad who spit truth like sunflower seeds. So this little boy was going to get the truth, even in front of a group of fans in neighboring Wisconsin, even if he asked why the Gophers never beat Michigan, and never beat Ohio State.
Besides helping to boost mood, antidepressants may also reduce seizure frequency for people with epilepsy, a new study suggests.
This collection of “Now I Know” videos was filmed at the 2012 Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago Consumer Conference, held on November 17, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. These short videos were filmed using a laptop digital camera, and were completely unrehearsed. The collection shows the variety of experience among those living with epilepsy, and highlights the concept of knowledge, and how it is often derived from personal discovery and perseverance.