Disney's 'Incredibles 2' Could Pose Epilepsy Risk

The memo asks theaters showing the movie to flag customers to the scene, USA Today reported.
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ConclusionsThe findings suggest that the stigma associated with parenting a child with disabilities may be one mechanism that places such parents at risk for poor health. Efforts to alleviate the stigma associated with developmental disorders or mental health problems may have beneficial effects on health of parents of individuals with such conditions.
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Following a difficult surgery, some patients end up experiencing cognitive decline and delirium, which seems to arise from inflammatory changes in the brain, that are still poorly understood. This inflammation is difficult to control in a targeted wa...
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AbstractSlow waves recorded with EEG in NREM sleep are indicative of the strength and spatial extent of synchronized firing in neuronal assemblies of the cerebral cortex. Slow waves often appear in the A1 part of the cyclic alternating patterns (CAP), which correlate with a number of behavioral and biological parameters, but their physiological significance is not adequately known. We automatically detected slow waves from the scalp recordings of 37 healthy patients, visually identified CAP A1 events and compared slow waves during CAP A1 with those during NCAP. For each slow wave, we computed the amplitude, slopes, frequen...
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AbstractPatients with neuropsychiatric and neurological disorders often express limbic circuit abnormalities and deficits in information processing. While these disorders appear to have diverse etiologies, their common features suggest neurodevelopmental origins. Neurodevelopment is a prolonged process of diverse events including neurogenesis/apoptosis, axon pathfinding, synaptogenesis, and pruning, to name a few. The precise timing of the neurodevelopmental insult to these processes likely determines the resulting functional outcome. We used the epilepsy and schizophrenia-related gestational day 17 methylazoxymethanol ace...
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(MedPage Today) -- Interpregnancy interval, conception age also may play roles
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Teagan Appleby, from Aylesham in Kent, has been rushed to hospital at least once a week in the past couple of months because her fits have become worse and more frequent, her mother says.
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In epileptic female mice the release of reproductive hormones estradiol and progesterone may be different due to changes in neuronal activty, according to research published ineNeuro.MedicalXpress
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Amanda di Silva, 28, from Fortaleza, North East Brazil, suffers from epilepsy and had a seizure while 37 weeks pregnant, which she claims was triggered by an argument with her husband.
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BACKGROUND: Epilepsy-related injuries and accidents (ERIA) are a frequent cause of hospitalisation and represent a relevant burden for patients with epilepsy. In particular, osteoporosis and other gender-specific aspects may increase the risk of seizure-re...
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[Guardian] Ilorin -A medical doctor with Melclev Multi-Specialists Hospital, Ilorin, Dr. Lawal Ibrahim, has advocated a multi-dimensional approach to healthcare delivery system as a panacea to epileptic healthcare in most hospitals in the country.
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