If your child has epilepsy, it’s best to communicate with teachers and other caregivers to ensure she gets the best care — at home or at school. Get more tips on empowering others to help.
How a free app can help you manage your epilepsy. Our expert explains.
How to keep epilepsy from affecting your sex life. Tips for keeping that spark alive.
If you’re struggling with epilepsy, here are some tips for shedding light on many misconceptions about the disease.
Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy
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.
If you have epilepsy, here’s when you might want to consider a ketogenic diet. Our experts explain.
Learn about a new device that holds promise for seizure relief called the NeuroPace RNS System.
For young women newly diagnosed with epilepsy, questions may include those around starting a family: Can I get pregnant? Can I have a healthy pregnancy? “Up to 95 percent of women with epilepsy end up with perfectly healthy babies and carry them to term,” says epileptologist Lara Jehi, MD. “The key to doing that is … Read More
Early brain surgery for frontal lobe epilepsy may be more successful in controlling seizures than medication. Learn more.