Attached is a link to the current list of top ranked neurology and neurosurgery hospitals…
Even if you do have epilepsy, it doesn’t necessarily mean you know all the lingo. (I didn’t!) So here are some definitions of medical terms related to epilepsy…
I started this article assured that vaccinations of infants with epilepsy was a definite no-no.
And boy, was I surprised.
Basically, medical research has proved me wrong. Real wrong.
Traveling has never been easy, and people with epilepsy have always had to think twice about safety and managing medications while traveling. Since September 11, 2001, taking a trip has become even more difficult for people with epilepsy and their family members…
Many studies have found that greater than 50% of people experienced declines in seizure frequency just by using relaxation techniques!
Here are a few suggestions…
Misconceptions about medicine are as common as pills on a pharmacy shelf.
We could all use a healthy dose of the truth.
Cleveland Clinic drug information pharmacist Katie Stabi, PharmD, BCPS, debunks seven of the most common myths about medications below:
No he wasn’t dumb…slow…or retarded. “Dopey” had a condition known as Angelman syndrome (AS).
Acupuncture, which as been part of China’s medical heritage for over 3,000 years, was introduced into the United States and Canada in the 1970’s.
Since that time, it’s become one of the most frequently requested of the complementary therapies (to be used in conjunction with conventional medicine or other treatments.)
The controversy rages on.
After 268 replies on Keppra — What People are Saying — we just plain ran out of room. http://epilepsytalk.com/2010/10/15/keppra-what-people-are-saying-2/
But the beat goes on. The conversations continue.
See please, tell us about your experiences and how YOU feel…
When I was in my 30’s, I worked real hard and made pots of money. No sleep. Many seizures. But big bucks.
At the advertising agency where I worked, when I saw the couch in my office, I thought: “Well, I guess I’m important.”
Little did I know that I’d end up sleeping on it. And having many seizures.