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Talking to your children about epilepsy

As a parent, it’s natural to feel protective of your children. It’s natural to feel nervous about approaching certain topics or unsure of how to explain them. Even so, there will always be new and important things they need to know. Children are curious by nature, and helping them understand difficult topics is often more…

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Are your memory problems normal?

A certain amount of loss in memory and brain function (thinking, reasoning, perception, and learning) is a perfectly normal part of aging. However, there are some signs of memory loss that are not normal and may indicate a more serious issue. If you experience any abnormal memory loss, or have any concerning symptoms, please seek…

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How is epilepsy diagnosed?

Diagnosing epilepsy is not always straightforward, but with the right care and investigation, your doctor will find you the best course of action.  This article will give you an overview of how epilepsy is diagnosed, types and causes of seizures, and diagnostic testing options. Is it epilepsy? Common seizure symptoms Start by seeing your doctor…

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Video-EEG — Hospital or Seer Medical?

Video-EEG monitoring is a comprehensive test used to diagnose seizures. It combines EEG recording (EEG, electroencephalogram, measures what’s happening in the brain) with video recording, and in most cases also includes ECG recording (ECG, electrocardiogram, measures what’s happening in the heart).  Previously, video-EEG was only available through the hospital, but is now widely accessible through…

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6 unique stories from people touched by epilepsy

Moments by Seer is an interview series seeking to spread awareness about epilepsy. Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that affects at least 50 million people worldwide. Not only is it one of the world’s oldest recognised conditions, but, today, it still remains misunderstood, discriminated against, and life-threatening. Moments by Seer was filmed to help change…