Recent Examples of epilepsy from the Web
Last year, Lurie Children's had 550 open clinical trials for conditions ranging from cancer and epilepsy to muscular dystrophy, cystic fibrosis and food allergies.
Idaho lawmakers passed legislation in 2015 that would have allowed children with severe forms of epilepsy to use CBD oil.
Several clinical trials demonstrate that pure cannabidiol is an effective treatment for epilepsy, and an experimental product is in Phase 3 trials, the committee report noted.
His neurologist tells the Chicago Tribune's Phil Thompson that Adamle, 68, has post traumatic epilepsy, or a bruising of the brain.
In New York, marijuana is legally prescribed by doctors, nurse practitioners or physician assistants for conditions such as chronic pain, cancer and epilepsy.
The students have a variety of conditions, including autism, Down syndrome, blindness, achondroplasia (a form of dwarfism), lower leg amputations, cerebral palsy, and epilepsy.
Historians through the ages have proposed a number of possible reasons for Joan’s visions: schizophrenia, epilepsy, other medicalized ailments.
An epilepsy diagnosis at age 9 changed Parker Rogers’ life drastically.
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