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    Epilepsy affects 470,000 children in the United States. [1] Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome accounts for 1-4% of epilepsy (seizure disorder) occurring in children, and is described as “a devastating pediatric epilepsy syndrome”. [2, 3] Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS) is a particularly severe type of epilepsy, in which multiple types of seizures frequently, and may also experience cognitive or developmental delay and intellectual disability. [4] Sometimes, LGS is caused by an underlying condition, others it has no known cause. [ Read More
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    April 24 is World Meningitis Day. Meningitis comes in many forms—it can be spread by viruses, bacteria, fungus, parasites and certain amebas. [1] It also can develop in non-infectious forms as a result of other situations including in those with cancer, lupus, in those on certain drugs, those who have sustained head injury, or people who have undergone brain surgery. [1] Meningitis is an infection that affects the brain and spinal cord. [2] In this post, we’ll focus on bacterial and viral meningitis, which may be more common or more preventable than other types. Read More


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