Epilepsy is a recurrent seizure disorder that results from abnormal electric brain activity. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
One in 26 Americans has epilepsy, a neurological condition that interrupts normal electrical activity in the brain. Many effective treatments are available.
A rare and serious condition in which a pregnant or postpartum person suddenly has seizures. Eclampsia is a medical emergency and can lead to injury or death for the pregnant person and/or baby.
For epilepsy, new brain surgery techniques can bring relief, and often a cure, if seizures haven't been helped by medications. Learn more about these procedures.
Neurogenetics is a field of study that attempts to better understand genetic causes of brain disorders.
For people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), symptoms associated with going through a terrifying experience last long after the traumatic event.
Many people who are anticipating major surgery worry about receiving general anesthesia. While it is considered very safe, learning more about it can put your mind at ease.