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Most epilepsy patients can lead normal lives’ By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH 27/03/2012 Experts say follow-up of child or adult patients with epilepsy can give 70% of them a normal life. Proper

Finding Clues in the Fearful Brain By JOSEPH LEDOUX Anxiety: We worry. A gallery of contributors count the ways. Tags: animal testing, Anxiety, Brain, fear A few weeks ago I

Both Early Alcohol Use and Early Intoxication Can Herald Trouble for College Students ScienceDaily (Aug. 15, 2012) — An early age at first drink (AFD) has been linked to later

Study Says Brain Trauma Can Mimic Lou Gehrig’s Disease By ALAN SCHWARZ In the 71 years since the Yankees slugger Lou Gehrig declared himself the luckiest man on the face

Popular Drugs May Help Only Severe Depression By BENEDICT CAREY Some widely prescribed drugs for depression provide relief in extreme cases but are no more effective than placebo pills for

By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH 19/01/2014 One out of five women and one out of six men will have a stroke sometime in their lives, according to survey. Fifteen thousand men and

Rehovot scientists bring hope of an eventual treatment for cruel, incurable form of Gaucher’s disease By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH 20/01/2014 Disease is a genetic disorder that especially affects Jews of Ashkenazi

The man complained of memory problems but seemed perfectly normal. No specialist he visited detected any decline. “He insisted that things were changing, but he aced all of our tests,”

Forbes -Mercury and Autism Not Linked

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Mercury in fish. Consumption advice is for non-pregnant adults. Photo by: Photo credit: Wikipedia A “sentinel” population in the vastness of the Indian Ocean has long attracted scientific interest because

Most autism research involves boys and men Autism affects male and female brains differently, a study has suggested. UK experts studied brain scans of 120 men and women, with half

Dyslexia is a common learning disorder that affects around 1 in 10 people in the U.S., where it is typically diagnosed around second grade but sometimes goes undiagnosed and unmanaged

CDC: Lyme disease rates 10 times higher than previously reported 8 Comments /779 Shares/100 Tweets/Stumble/EmailMore + ATLANTALyme disease strikes about 300,000 people each year, according to new information released by

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