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Epilepsy News Articles (4 results)

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Service Dog Keeps Woman With Epilepsy Safe

From nbcphiladelphia.com

Dogs are commonly referred as man's best friend but for one local woman her best friend is keeping her safe. Philadelphia resident Erin Orso has epilepsy and her seizures have worsened as she has aged. Service dogs have been instrumental to her everyday life for the last 13 years.

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over 2 years
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Music And Epilepsy, Part 1 - Music As a Trigger

From brainblogger.com

Epilepsy is a common neurological condition affecting around 1% of the world's population. It is characterized by the recurrent occurrence of seizures, which are disturbances of the electrical activity in the brain. The type and frequency of seizures vary widely and affect different people in different ways.

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over 2 years
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Epilepsy surgery can help with seizures

From miamiherald.com

When Alejandro Hernandez was 6, he had his first grand mal seizure. He lost consciousness, control of his body and every single memory he had. By the time he was 23, he had had two more grand mal seizures - one in his teens and another in his early 20s…

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over 2 years
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Epilepsy: What a Seizure Looks Like, When it Looks Like Something Else

From huffingtonpost.com

My daughter was just two years old when she had her first seizure, due to Epilepsy. I didn't see it happen. I wish I had, because for the longest moment of my life, as I held my daughter in my arms, screaming out to the world for help, I thought…

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almost 2 years