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Featuring: Hallway Conversations - Prognosis for Seizure Recurrence in Seizure-Free Patients After Stopping Antiepileptic Drugs: A Long-Term Population-Based Study of Childhood-Onset Epilepsy; Evaluation of the First Seizure(s): Are Patients Presenting with Multiple Seizures Within 24 Hours at Greater Risk for Seizure Recurrence within One Year than Patients Presenting with a Single Seizure? - Special Editorial: Ring Chromosome Syndrome, AES Conference News, New Documentary - Epilepsy: In Search Of Effective Therapies, and American Epilepsy Society meeting in San Diego.
Featuring: Hallway Conversations - Our First Feature Is Valproate May Increase Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes; Anti-Epileptic Drug Developments - Special Editorial: the Risks and Benefits of Epilepsy Medication During Pregnancy, Dispense As Written, Reviewing the Findings of the Eilat Conference; NeuroTechnology and Epilepsy, and Join Us at the AES Meeting in San Diego, California in December 2006.
Featuring: A New Tool to Help You Practice,
Latest Research and Epilepsy
Fda Approves New Epilepsy Indication for Lamictal®,
New Study Highlights Decreased Quality of Life in Patients with Epilepsy and Comorbid Medical and Psychiatric
Conditions, Talking to Your
Patients About Driving,
and Help Your Young
Featuring: Physician Discussion Checklist & Guide for Women with Epilepsy and ETDP Summer News Update.
Featuring: Seizure Types, Epilepsy Syndromes, Seizure Medications, New Continuing Medical Education Course, New Seizure First-Aid and Safety Information for Patients, and Tuberous Sclerosis Complex: Exploring the Complexities.
Featuring: New Data from Pregnancy Registry Links Lamictal® to Increased Risk of Non-Syndromic Cleft Palate Deformity in Infants, Meditation & Epilepsy: the Silent Debate Wages On, and Fireworks and Epilepsy: an Interview with Dr. Guiseppe Erba.
Featuring: Ovulation Failure Linked to Increased Seizure Frequency, Study Identifies Predictors for Employment After Epilepsy Surgery, Young Children Less Likely to Gain Weight from Valproate, QOLIE-89 Misses Impact of Obstructive Sleep Apnea on Quality of Life, and 2006 AES Mid-Year Meeting: A CME Program You Don’t Want to Miss!
Featuring: FDA Advances Federal E-Health Effort, The Scoop from the 58th American Academy of Neurology Meeting: Long-Term Effects of the Ketogenic Diet, Implantable Devices Could Stop Seizures in Their Tracks, and Do No Harm Article.
Featuring: Cultivating Compassion: One Doctor’s Journey, Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy: What Coroners and Medical Examiners Aren’t Saying, Clinical Trial Interest Sky Rockets!, and FDA Issues AcuDial Diastat Advisory Letters.
Featuring: Shedding Light on Photosensitivity, One of Epilepsy's Most Complex Conditions; Cognitive Improvement Makes the List as Common Treatment Goal for Parents of Children with Intractable Epilepsy; New Continuing Medical Education Course; Find Out All About Zonisamide, and Managing AED Treatment : The Rhyme and Reason.
Featuring News from the American Epilepsy Society 59th Annual Meeting.
Featuring Live Upcoming epilepsy-related conferences, symposiums
and events, We need your help, New Continuing Medical Education Course, Does Treatment Aggressiveness Affect the Prognosis of Refractory Status Epilepticus, Medicare D & Your Clinical Practice, and Call for new Therapy Grant Submissions for Epilepsy Research Foundation.