Recent Examples of epileptic from the Web
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.
Kelly Lopez cried while saying she was denied an extra bag of ice for her sister, who is epileptic and bedridden.
Wayne, who is epileptic, has been hospitalized several times over the years due to seizures.
Vagus nerve stimulation therapy is already used to prevent epileptic seizures by sending regular, mild pulses to the brain.
There is significant anecdotal evidence that the medicines cut back on the number of seizures suffered by epileptic children.
The website of the Mark Twain House and Museum states that Jean likely died of a heart attack brought on by an epileptic fit.
Doctors have used it to treat depression, social anxiety, glaucoma, epileptic seizures, Alzheimer’s disease and even multiple sclerosis. Why is this a black issue?
The hospital was open to the idea, but after Charlie suffered a series of epileptic seizures, doctors changed their minds, concluding on Jan. 13 that treatment would be futile.
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