Sexual Health and Epilepsy

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By: Natalie L. Boehm, MBA, RBLP-T What is sexual health? How does it affect people with epilepsy?  According to the World Health Organization, sexual health is defined as “a state of physical, emotional, mental, and social well-being in relation to … Continued

Epilepsy at School

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By: Riley Young Introduction Epilepsy is the most common neurologic condition in children. Given that every child spends somuch time at school, it is important to ensure there are measures and strategies in place toensure a healthy learning environment for … Continued

Epileptic Infantile Spasms

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By: Nicholas Parekh What are infantile spasms? Infantile spasm syndrome (ISs), or more commonly West syndrome, is a rare epilepticdisorder that appears during the early stages of infancy. It is characterized by short tonic seizurescalled “spasms” that last for only … Continued