neurology

When a Seizure Isn’t Epilepsy

When a child falls down and starts jerking their body, most people assume that the child is having an epileptic... Read full post »

Making Connections: Research Deepens Understanding of Motor Neuron Disorders.

Researchers at Nationwide Children’s Hospital are testing a groundbreaking therapy that could revolutionize the treatment of the largest genetic killer... Read full post »

Myth Busting: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to Treat Cerebral Palsy

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is the use of oxygen at concentrations and pressures higher than those in daily life as... Read full post »

What Are Seizure Clusters?

Some people with epilepsy can have clusters of seizures which are often called “seizure clusters”.  They can be very confusing... Read full post »

Marijuana For Epilepsy

Recently, there has been a lot of news about the use of a portion of the marijuana plant as a... Read full post »

Raising Epilepsy Awareness in November

Have you recently noticed buildings being lit with the color purple? Did you know that 1 in 26 people, in... Read full post »

Ketogenic Diet: An Ancient Treatment in Modern Times

For most children with epilepsy, medication controls seizures very well. But for some children those medications won’t work. That’s when... Read full post »

What is a Hero?

Growing up, I always thought I knew what a hero was.  At first, my heroes were Batman and Superman.  Later,... Read full post »