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Is Epilepsy Hereditary?

Many people might wonder, ‘is epilepsy hereditary?’ Well! The answer is “YES”. Generally, this is a very complicated condition...

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Having Alzheimer’s Disease May Increase The Risk Of Seizure In Elderly

The general perception about petit mal seizure is that it most often attacks to the children but very rarely to the adult and elderly....

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Petit Mal Seizure | Don’t Let The Child Develop A Feeling Of Lack Of Self-Worth

We all are aware of the biological implication of petit mal seizures but tell me, how many of you know that they may have a profound...

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A Head Injury Should Also Be Monitored Considering Petit Mal Seizure

Petit mal seizure occur both children and adults with symptoms such as starching back the body, folding legs around chair and staring into...

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Increase Oxygenation Naturally To Prevent And Heal Seizures Of Epilepsy

Causes of seizures have yet not defined by the western medicine and doctors. However there are a few things which can be taken as much...

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A Through Medical Check-Up Is Must Confirming A Petit Mal Seizure

Petit mal seizure in children may sometimes be under-diagnosed because in the seizure the child only have a staring spell and he or she is...

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Absence Seizures Are Mild In Nature And Do Not Lead To Any Complications

Petit mal seizure is a common name for staring spell or absence seizure. It is a short term disturbance in brain functioning. Petit mal is...

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Febrile Seizures Are Usually Harmless And They Are Not As Dangerous As They May Look

Febrile seizure is a common event with a very few serious outcomes among the children between the age group of 6 months to 5 years.  This...

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Juvenile Absence Seizures

Juvenile absence seizure is very similar to childhood absence seizures, so it can be hard to tell apart the two syndromes. Juvenile...

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Seizures and Teens | Primary Seizures

Idiopathic (Primary) Generalized Seizures The cause of most generalized seizures is unknown (also called idiopathic), although genetic...

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