Some myths about epilepsy are centuries old, but they still persist. Imad Najm, MD, dispels 13 of the most common ones.
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.
Ever have the sensation that you’ve been somewhere or talked to someone before, when you know you haven’t? That’s deja vu. Discover some insights into this mental phenomenon and learn when it may signal a problem.
Surgery may lead to long-term complete seizure freedom in more than half of the drug-resistant patients with focal epilepsy.
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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.
Does your child’s seizure mean he or she will develop epilepsy? Know the facts, the causes of childhood seizures and what to do if one occurs.
How to keep epilepsy from affecting your sex life. Tips for keeping that spark alive.
Managing stressful feelings and situations is a life skill for all of us, but it’s especially important if you struggle with essential tremor. While medication and lifestyle changes can help control symptoms, stress, in particular, can easily aggravate the condition. At first, essential tremor can resemble Parkinson’s disease. But you can tell the two conditions … Read More
When your child’s forehead feels warm, your thoughts begin racing. How high is too high? Should I give Tylenol? Or when do I call my pediatrician to be sure? Find the answers in our crash course on kids’ temperatures.
When a fever leads to a seizure, it’s called a febrile seizure. This type of seizure isn’t epilepsy, but here’s what parents need to know.