Rethinking Seizure Care Blog

Preventative Treatment for Severe Infantile Epilepsy

Research recently published in Annals of Neurology says that preventative treatment with the use of vigabatrin could alter the natural history of seizures in infants with tuberous ...

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Topics: Infant Epilepsy

Why Do Cerebral Palsy Patients Have Seizures?

Cerebral Palsy is a complex disorder involving the muscles in a person’s body which, in most cases, affects movement and posture. The disorder is an abnormality in motor function, ...

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Topics: Infant Epilepsy

Lifelong Effects Documented in Newborns Suffering Seizures

  The University of Virginia recently released a report that revealed two remarkable finds. First, was what was deemed an “elegant new approach to mapping brain activity,” and ...

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Topics: Infant Epilepsy

How a Cooling Treament May Help Reduce Epilepsy in Children

In an astonishing new study published in Epilepsia, researchers determined that "cooling babies deprived of oxygen at birth (perinatal asphyxia) can reduce the number of ...

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Topics: Infant Epilepsy

Neonatal Seizures Could Be Prevented by a New Drug

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Topics: Infant Epilepsy