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    News and Features Related to Epilepsy

    1. Epilepsy, Stroke Vaccine Shows Promise

      Feb. 24, 2000 (Atlanta) -- Epilepsy, stroke, Parkinson's disease, chronic pain, depression -- all might one day be treated and/or prevented with a new vaccine. Studies published in Thursday's issue of the journal Science show that the vaccine prevents seizures in laboratory animals and protects them

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    2. Driving Restrictions for People With Epilepsy Still Debatable

      Nov. 16, 1999 (New York) -- Patients with epilepsy who drive have the best chance of avoiding a seizure-related car crash if they have not had a seizure in at least 6-12 months, according to a report in the medical journal Neurology. The research team, headed by Gregory L. Krauss, MD, of Johns Hopki

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    3. Surgery and VNS

      Surgery and VNS

    4. Types of Seizures

      Types of Seizures

    5. Sports and Safety


    6. Seizures in Children

      Seizures in Children

    7. Epilepsy and the Family

    8. Medicines for Epilepsy

      Medicines for Epilepsy

    9. Dealing With School


    10. The Ketogenic Diet

      The Ketogenic Diet

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