Do Re-Occurring Seizures Injure the Growing Brain?

After seizure surgery, many children become seizure free. Are these children more likely to have a better quality of life relative to children who still experience repeated seizures? Are there Continue Reading

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Using Advanced Brain Imaging to Find Where Seizures Begin

Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is a new technology that can be used to monitor a person’s brain activity. A MEG helmet placed on the head can map out brain activity by identifying Continue Reading

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Improving Working Memory in Children with Epilepsy

Working memory is the ability to briefly hold information in your mind and work with it – such as remembering someone’s phone number while you look for a piece of Continue Reading

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