Recent Examples of epileptic from the Web
At Mosley’s first bail hearing, a defense attorney said that Mosley is on Social Security disability for mental health issues and is epileptic.
The lecture mixed neurological theory and armchair anthropology, and ranged over subjects including premonitions, telepathy, hypnotism, hallucinations, and epileptic and migrainous aura.
Last legislative session lawmakers passed a bill to allow epileptic patients on a registry to purchase CBD oil.
Medicine for epilepsy was found in the car and authorities believe the diver suffered an epileptic episode, according to Reuters.
His opinion attempted to cut through the confusion created after the Indiana General Assembly passed a bill in the spring to create a registry of epilepsy patients who could legally use the oil, which is said to ease epileptic seizures.
From blood collected at executions and doled out to treat epileptic seizures to human fat used for skin ailments, to ground up skulls or mummies mixed into elixirs, nobility as well as commoners regularly consumed human parts.
There is significant anecdotal evidence that the medicines cut back on the number of seizures suffered by epileptic children.
Kelly Lopez cried while saying she was denied an extra bag of ice for her sister, who is epileptic and bedridden.
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