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Michael Rogawski discusses the similarities between migraine attacks and epileptic seizures and what they might mean for treating the two conditions.
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Neuroscience, not the supernatural, are what witches, witchcraft, and witch hunts are all about.
Pinpointing the causes of seizures in children may provide the key to treating them in the future.
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With this informative website, learn more about epilepsy and seizures.
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Trespassing dendrites may be key to the development of epilepsy.
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The rich are not the only 1%ers. About 1% of the world has epilepsy.
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What if we could look inside the brains of humans? Now we can - by looking at the brains of people who are already undergoing surgery.
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Computer models of proteins involved in metabolism, the chemical reactions that sustain life, help researchers understand how disease affects their function.
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Seizures occur because of sudden, disorderly discharges of interconnected neurons in the brain that temporarily alter one or more brain functions.
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