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The 2014 Big Ten Coach of the Year, Kill had to step down as the Minnesota head coach midway through the 2015 season because of his ongoing battle with epilepsy.
In October, the sheriff's office said tests indicated the newborn's parents were Hispanic and that her mother was taking a medication prescribed for epilepsy or bipolar disorder.
This drug reduces neuronal activity, and is used to treat epilepsy and neuropathic pain.
Researchers are reportedly looking into whether poop transplants can help with everything from irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn's disease, obesity, diabetes, epilepsy, and HIV.
Studies involving epilepsy, autism and moles were added later, and a new Harvard Medical School study to monitor the health of National Football League players is just getting under way.
Patients who suffered from epilepsy, chronic muscle spasms, cancer and terminal conditions were allowed under laws Scott signed in 2014 and 2016 to receive either low-THC cannabis or full strength medical marijuana.
Addyson suffers from myoclonic epilepsy, a severe neurological disorder that can trigger as many as 1,000 seizures a day.
From other Ohio families with children who have epilepsy, the Bentons learned that marijuana products such as patches and oils has been shown to reduce the frequency and severity of seizures.
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