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WebMD explains drug combinations that are used to treat children and teens with ADHD.
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Advances in epilepsy drug research have made a real difference in the lives of children with the disease. WebMD tells you more.
If you've just been diagnosed with epilepsy, you will want to know all your options for treatment. WebMD explains various medications and surgical options to control seizures.
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Swallowing and speech difficulties are complications of multiple sclerosis. Learn more about steps to take to minimize problems and where to look for help.
WebMD takes a look at the possible causes of multiple sclerosis.
Can you recognize the warning signs of a stroke? The sooner you get help, the less likely you'll have serious brain damage.
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