A new study highlights the potential reasons why many patients with severe epilepsy still continue to experience seizures even after surgery.
Disruptions in brain activity during a common form of childhood seizures are more global than researchers previously believed, a new study reports.
Researchers created a computer model based on direct brain recordings from epilepsy patients and discover the existence of a network of neural regions directly involved in seizures.
Teams of data scientists use crowdsourcing to analyze recordings of electrical activity in the brains of people and dogs before and during seizures.
A new study reports that in rats, a drug that inhibits estrogen synthesis appears to be effective in controlling seizures.
According to a new study, epileptic patients brains send signals that create empty memories in the period of time between seizures and normalcy.
A new study reports learning and behavioral difficulties during childhood can lead to social problems during adolescence for those with epilepsy, even when it is well controlled.
Researchers have developed a wearable device that measures fluctuations in heart rate and can predict when an epileptic seizure may occur.