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Implanted Device May Predict Epilepsy Seizures, Study Suggests by Medline Plus Posted Thu 02 May 2013 9:00am Patients who don't respond to drugs might benefit, but larger trials needed Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Epilepsy , Seizures Read on »
Mental Ills in Kids with Epilepsy May Depend on Seizure Location by Medline Plus Posted Wed 29 May 2013 12:00pm Psychiatric symptoms more common when brain's temporal lobe is involved, researchers find Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Child Mental Health , Epilepsy Read on »
Italian Greyhound Temperament amd Health by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Jan 2011 12:24am Italian Greyhound is considered a good companion dog, as they are very affectionate. The Italian Greyhound’s apparent lack of wide appeal is possibly because of their fragile appearance, with their spindly legs. The reality of the breed is quite contrary to the appearance, though, as they are frequently described as a ‘big’ dog i ... Read on »
How do you 'catch' a scared Italian Greyhound? by PetDoc Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Fri 26 Sep 2008 2:58pm My condo association's message board has been lighting up all week with sightings of my neighbors' lost dog Milo. Based on his picture, I'm guessing Milo is an Italian Greyhound and it seems that he is a little skittish around strangers. Before Milo was thankfully found last night exhausted in a parking garage a few blocks away many people saw ... Read on »
SeizureTracker – Great Tool For Tracking and Recording Seizures by Chris H. Posted Tue 11 May 2010 7:04pm This week I started using an online program called SeizureTracker . Over the past few months, Addi and Cassi have been having seizure episodes and we have been dosing them up and down on different medications. SeizureTracker was created by Rob and Lisa Moss, parents with a son named Evan wh ... Read on »
Seizure inducing aspartame added to anti-seizure drugs by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Sat 04 Dec 2010 8:36am Seizure inducing aspartame added to anti-seizure drugs Types of SeizuresLearn about the different types of seizures and available treatments. The Pacific Epilepsy Society in affiliation with the Epilep ... Read on »
Less seizures, but still fighting the seizure monster! by Kelly Patient Expert Posted Wed 09 Feb 2011 1:12am When I haven't updated in a while, it can mean many things; Jenelle is sick, I'm sick, We're just really busy, and/or I'm just don't want to jinx anything. This time, it's the later of those choices! Since getting to the full dose on Banzel, we've started to see some decrease in seizures for Jenelle. And by that I mean... instead of big sei ... Read on »
Autism and Seizures: Conor's Second Grand Mal Seizure (That We Know Of) by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Apr 2013 11:53am The pictures above were initially posted on this site on May 26, 2012, several months before Conor's 1st known Grand Mal Seizure in November. As I posted then, external conditions were perfect and Conor was enjoying a favorite activity in a favorite location when he suddenly began hitting himself in the head. I don't ... Read on »
Seizures While You Sleep? by EpilepsyTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: Epilepsy, or the condition of experiencing chronic, unprovoked seizures, affects approximately 2.7 million Americans of all ages. Epilepsy encompasses a wide variety of seizures that can be caused by many factors. One area of concern is seizure activity during sleep. CARL BAZIL, MD, PhD: Sleep-related epilepsy would be those seizures ... Read on »
The Seizure Express by Ashley's Mom Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 10:01pm Ashley had an appointment with her neurologist yesterday. And unlike many of our specialist appointments, we didn’t have to wait long. In fact, we were the only people in the waiting room. Once in the exam room, Ashley was happy and quite thrilled that I kept giving her sparkly hand lotion. The doctor and I were able to talk, and plan for As ... Read on »