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Human electrical activity could lead to revolutionary medical treatments

Human electrical activity could lead to revolutionary medical treatments

Scientists have uncovered a connection between atmospheric electromagnetic fields and electrical activity in the human body which could pave the way for revolutionary medical...
Researchers identify antibody link between epilepsy and brain inflammation

Researchers identify antibody link between epilepsy and brain inflammation

New research has identified a mechanism that explains the link between epilepsy and brain inflammation that could help with new therapies against certain forms...
Could the ancient remedy of magnolia bark treat drug-resistant epilepsy?

Could the ancient remedy of magnolia bark treat drug-resistant epilepsy?

Researchers have published a paper which suggests the ancient Chinese remedy of magnolia bark could help treat drug-resistant epilepsy. Researchers have published a paper in...
Study shows that pharmaceutical CBD is best for reducing seizures

Study shows that pharmaceutical CBD is best for reducing seizures

A new study has shown that ‘not all medical cannabis is the same’ by demonstrating how artisanal CBD is not as effective as pharmaceutical...
Fycompa: Eisai’s new anti-epileptic drug is ready for the market in China 

Fycompa: Eisai’s new anti-epileptic drug is ready for the market in China 

Fycompa is a first in class anti-epileptic drug (AED) discovered and developed by the pharmaceutical company, Eisai and it's ready to be marketed in...
Research suggests a new breakthrough for drug resistant epilepsy 

Research suggests a new breakthrough for drug resistant epilepsy  

30% of epilepsy cases are classified as drug resistant but new research from the University of Alabama suggests there may be new ways to...
NIH study finds anti-seizure drugs equally effective

NIH study finds anti-seizure drugs equally effective

New findings reveal that three anti-seizure drugs, levetiracetam, fosphenytoin, and valproate, are equally safe and effective in treating patients with this condition. These three anti-seizure...
Calls for government to accelerate research following cannabis oil approval

Calls for government to accelerate research following cannabis oil approval

Campaign groups and charities are calling on the UK government to accelerate cannabis research following the NICE approval of two cannabis medicines. For the first...

First CBD oil to be approved by the European Medicines Agency

A GW Pharmaceuticals Cannabidiol oral solution, EPIDYOLEX®, is the first plant-derived cannabis-based medicine to be approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA). EPIDYOLEX® cannabidiol oral...
Despite changes to the law in 2018, efforts to secure access to medical cannabis in the UK continue. Here, Hannah Deacon, mother and advocate, shares her story.

The fight for getting access to medical cannabis in the UK goes on

Despite changes to the law in 2018, efforts to secure access to medical cannabis in the UK continue. Here, Hannah Deacon, mother and advocate,...
Further research supports the use of cannabis oil in reducing seizures in kids

Further research supports the use of cannabis oil in reducing seizures in kids

The University of Saskatchewan has been conducting research on kids with epilepsy, using controlled amounts of medicinal cannabis oil, with the results being positive. Researchers...
Pregnant women taking epilepsy drugs increase language impairment in their children

Pregnant women taking epilepsy drugs increase language impairment in their children

Today at the 5th European Academy of Neurology Congress, researchers present how epilepsy drugs taken by pregnant women is associated with higher risk of...

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