Epilepsy News and Research

Latest Epilepsy News and Research

Damage to the left half side of brain may make a right-handed person more susceptible to infection

Damage to the left half side of brain may make a right-handed person more susceptible to infection

FDA knocks back King Pharmaceuticals self-injectible epilepsy product

FDA knocks back King Pharmaceuticals self-injectible epilepsy product

Publication of epilepsy research

Publication of epilepsy research

Collaboration on GPCR and Ion Channel Technologies

Collaboration on GPCR and Ion Channel Technologies

Indicators identify shingles patients who have an increased risk of developing persistent pain

Indicators identify shingles patients who have an increased risk of developing persistent pain

Brain damage at birth can be reversed

Brain damage at birth can be reversed

New guidelines for using new antiepileptic drugs to treat epilepsy

New guidelines for using new antiepileptic drugs to treat epilepsy

Chemical thumbprint can help determine if tumor is returning or dying

Chemical thumbprint can help determine if tumor is returning or dying

Antiepileptic drug Levetiracetam may help patients with Parkinson's disease

Antiepileptic drug Levetiracetam may help patients with Parkinson's disease

Studies show pregabalin does not affect male reproductivity or interfere with oral contraceptives

Studies show pregabalin does not affect male reproductivity or interfere with oral contraceptives

Greater severity of depressive symptoms correlates with increased risk of stroke among whites

Greater severity of depressive symptoms correlates with increased risk of stroke among whites

PET imaging has recently been shown to aid in the diagnosis of particular neurological syndromes associated with cancer

PET imaging has recently been shown to aid in the diagnosis of particular neurological syndromes associated with cancer

A popular supplement, coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), may help prevent migraine

A popular supplement, coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), may help prevent migraine

People with uncontrolled epilepsy have low levels of a certain fatty acid

People with uncontrolled epilepsy have low levels of a certain fatty acid

Blood pressure drug helps delay ischemic brain damage in stroke patients

Blood pressure drug helps delay ischemic brain damage in stroke patients

Apolipoprotein E (APOE) gene may increase the risk of Parkinson’s disease

Apolipoprotein E (APOE) gene may increase the risk of Parkinson’s disease

Improvement of Parkinson’s disease symptoms when neurorestorative molecule pumped to the center of the brain

Improvement of Parkinson’s disease symptoms when neurorestorative molecule pumped to the center of the brain

Researchers show that language “center” of brain shifts with age

Researchers show that language “center” of brain shifts with age

The muscle supplement creatine is safe, but not effective, in pediatric neuromuscular disease

The muscle supplement creatine is safe, but not effective, in pediatric neuromuscular disease

A ten year study shows that surgery is not only effective, but the preferred treatment for select epilepsy patients

A ten year study shows that surgery is not only effective, but the preferred treatment for select epilepsy patients