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An involuntary frown (ictal pouting) is a subtle but specific sign of a frontal lobe seizure. Identifying it can speed diagnosis and treatment for your epilepsy.
An epilepsy expert explains the science behind a new CBD treatment for seizures associated with two rare forms of severe childhood-onset epilepsy: Lennox-Gastaut syndrome or Dravet syndrome.
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