— Study found patients on anti-seizure meds were less likely to refill such prescriptions.
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— Those caused by fever don't appear to harm brain function.
— Research is preliminary, but could encourage more people with depression and epilepsy to try meds.
— Zonisamide plus nutritional counseling worked for certain obese adults, but not without side effects.
By News Medical — From news-medical.net
— Lundbeck announced today that ONFI Tablets are now available for prescribing in the United States. The FDA recently approved ONFI for adjunctive treatment of seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS) in patients two years and older. ONFI is an oral anti-epileptic drug (AED) of the…
— Stress activated brain response for some patients in preliminary research.
— Survey finds significant gaps in knowledge.
— Among people aged 12 and older
By Phylis Johnson — From epilepsytalk.com
— This article has some good information on the relationship between Epilepsy and Migraines.
By Dr. Joseph Sirven reviews this new medicine. — From epilepsy.com
— Introducing Potiga™® (Ezogabine) One of the exciting new developments in 2011 is the introduction of new antiepileptic drugs for their use in epilepsy. One of the new medications that has recently been approved and will soon be available for use is…