Improving Symptoms of Depression in Adults with Epilepsy

Depression is a common problem for people living with epilepsy, occurring in up to 50% of adults. In many cases, the depressive symptoms can cause serious problems and affect quality Continue Reading

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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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Does Electrical Status Epilepticus in Sleep (ESES) Impair the Growing Brain?

Children with certain rare forms of epilepsy are at risk of having developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. Although the cause of these disabilities is not well understood, they may be linked Continue Reading

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Long-term Outcomes of Epilepsy Surgery in Children

After a child with epilepsy has surgery to remove the part of the brain that causes seizures, there is hope that many aspects of that child’s life will improve in Continue Reading

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