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World Cerebral Palsy Day 2020: Importance of early diagnosis in management of this group of neurological disorders
Health

World Cerebral Palsy Day 2020: Importance of early diagnosis in management of this group of neurological disorders

Cerebral palsy is not a single disease but a group of neurological disorders that show up in infancy or childhood and permanently affects muscle movements and posture, leaving one disabled for life.

Possible health benefits of using cannabis-based drugs
Health

Possible health benefits of using cannabis-based drugs

Governments around the world are beginning to concede the therapeutic value of Cannabis sativa, also known as marijuana, grass, weed, and pot.

Disney Channel actor Cameron Boyce's unexpected death was caused by epilepsy, says coroner
Entertainment

Disney Channel actor Cameron Boyce's unexpected death was caused by epilepsy, says coroner

Cameron Boyce played Cruella de Vil's son in Disney Channel's film Descendants.

Researchers lift moods of people by stimulating region of the brain under forehead
science

Researchers lift moods of people by stimulating region of the brain under forehead

The researchers also ran placebo studies on the subjects to ensure it wasn’t a psychosomatic effect.

Scientists have identified the brain region which helps you change voice pitch
science

Scientists have identified the brain region which helps you change voice pitch

Activation of neurons in the dorsal laryngeal motor cortex is linked with changes in voice pitch.

MIT engineer develops wristband to detect changes in human emotion
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MIT engineer develops wristband to detect changes in human emotion

An MIT engineer has developed a wristband which can detect changes in emotion, the brain as well as behavior, especially during epileptic seizures.

Unichem Lab recalls 368 bottles of anti-epileptic drug in US
Business

Unichem Lab recalls 368 bottles of anti-epileptic drug in US

The recall has been initiated by the company's US arm Unichem Pharmaceuticals Inc covering 368 bottles of Lamotrigine tablets USP in strength of 150 mg

Type 1 diabetes may up your risk of developing epilepsy, finds new study
Life

Type 1 diabetes may up your risk of developing epilepsy, finds new study

People suffering with type 1 diabetes are three times more prone to the risk of developing epilepsy later in life, finds a new research

Brain cell transplants could cure epilepsy: Study
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Brain cell transplants could cure epilepsy: Study

Epilepsy that does not respond to drugs may be halted by transplanting a specific type of cell into the brain, according to a new study conducted on mice.