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The disease is quite prevalent in children, and as many as 30% of all epileptics fall into this category.
It needs urgent awareness that, usually, there is an excellent prognosis of epilepsy...
by K Bakhru on 04th Aug,09 views 7230
Women and Epilepsy
Epilepsy is a common neurological disorder that is characterized by recurrent and unprovoked seizures. The seizures are transient signs or symptoms of abnormal and excessive neuronal activity in th...
by James Pendergraft on 04th Aug,09 views 7241
Various Types Of Epilepsy
It is very essential for everybody to be aware of a detailed account of the attack of major (or grand mal or generalized), focal or Jacksonian and petit mal epilepsies. At times, tests like electro...
by K Bakhru on 04th Aug,09 views 7228
Epilepsy. Guidance for patients
Epilepsy - one of the most widespread diseases of nervous system which cause of the prominent features represents a serious medical and social problem. Among the children's population frequency of ep...
by Matt Bristol on 04th Aug,09 views 7246
The Best Diet for Epilepsy
Choose the optimal diet
Some patients can manage their epilepsy very well with medication; however, others may need surgery. Though many treatments are prone to overstate th...
by Mitamins Team on 04th Aug,09 views 7237
Who Is At Risk For Epilepsy?
Almost 2.7 million Americans have been afflicted with epilepsy. That means 9 out of every 1000 Americans have the disorder.
Although statistics show that more men are afflicted with epileps...
by Gaetane Ross on 04th Aug,09 views 7226
What is Epilepsy and Its Causes and Treatment
Epilepsy is a condition in which people have epileptic attacks (also known as seizures). It is one of the more common neurological conditions, affecting 0.5-1 per cent of the population. Epilepsy i...
by james sameul on 04th Aug,09 views 7244
Detailed Information on Myasthenia Gravis
Myasthenia gravis (MG) is a disorder of neuromuscular transmission characterized by frailness and fatigability of skeletal muscles. The reason of myasthenia gravis is a breakdown in the normal comm...
by Juliet Cohen on 01st Aug,09 views 7226
Hand Tremor – Causes and Symptoms of Hand Tremor
A tremor is an involuntary movement or shaking of any body part (even your head or voice may be involved). It is often most noticeable in your hands. Essential tremor is common in older people. Essent...
by Corwin Brown on 17th Feb,09 views 7345
Sleep Disorders - Types of Sleep Disorders
Sleep disorders are a highly common medical issue that affects millions of Americans each year. While some people suffer from mild sleeping problems, such as the occasional nightmare, others have e...
by Peterhutch on 10th Dec,08 views 7241
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