If you witness someone having a seizure, don’t panic. Here, our Cleveland Clinic Epilepsy Center experts explain exactly what you can do to help.
Among other neurological complications, experts are now studying a connection between COVID-19 and seizures.
If you have treatment-resistant epilepsy, you may benefit from recent advances in surgical procedures.
Some myths about epilepsy are centuries old, but they still persist. Imad Najm, MD, dispels 13 of the most common ones.
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