Rethinking Seizure Care Blog

EEG and Clinical Treatment: What’s the Difference in Outcome for Neonatal Seizures?

When seizures occur in newborns, it can greatly increase the risk of death, as well as neurodevelopmental disability. Because of this, the seizures often receive aggressive ...

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Common Seizures Based on Age of Patient

Even though almost three million people in the U.S. suffer from seizures, there is still relatively little known about the different types of epilepsy. In fact, many people who ...

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Seizures Are Tied To Increased Risk of Dementia

A recent study found a correlation between youthful stroke survivors (individuals under sixty years old) who develop seizures and an increase in the risk of developing dementia. ...

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Research Could Show Why Some Seizures Are Deadly

Recent research coming out of the University of Virginia School of Medicine has started to reveal more information around the top cause of epilepsy deaths. This could help to ...

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Research Reveals New Key Proteins Linked to Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain and is estimated to affect more than three million Americans. This disorder is known mostly for bodily seizures but can also cause ...

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Detecting Seizures from a Wearable Device

Epilepsy is a common neurological disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. There are many symptoms associated with this diagnosis, but the most common and widely known ...

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Epilepsy and Consciousness

It may not be something that many of us stop to consider, but we all experience a wide array of conscious and unconscious moments in each day. Not always experienced as being ...

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Functional Seizures and Comorbidities

Vanderbilt University Medical Center investigators conducted a large-scale study of electronic health records. The study found that functional seizures were often associated with ...

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Neurological Problems Caused by COVID-19

The world is well aware of many of the health problems caused by COVID-19 including issues with respiratory function, the heart, and other organs. However, a new study is showing ...

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Study Finds Seizure Onset May Warn of Dementia in US Veterans

A new study released in April of 2020 found that senior US veterans with unprovoked seizures of unknown etiology, or LOSU, may have a much higher risk for the development of ...

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