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Carpe diem! Can you seize the day if seizures are contributing to your low mood?

Epilepsy is a brain disorder in which seizures occur as a result of abnormal neuron signaling. This irregular signaling may briefly alter a person’s consciousness, movements, or actions. However, having a seizure does not necessarily mean that a person has … Continue reading

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Do you have enough energy to rock around the Christmas tree?

Family, food, gifts, and fun are all part of the joy of the holidays for most people.  For many, fatigue is also a part of the holiday season.  Staying up late for holiday parties or the stress of finding a … Continue reading

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Trauma-related stress: What happens when neuro/endo/immune soldiers are still on active duty?

What is PTSD? We’ve all heard the reports of soldiers and/or veterans coming back from active duty suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but what does that entail?  PTSD can occur after someone has been through a traumatic or life-threatening … Continue reading

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Is your immune system feeling old?

As part of our growing focus on healthy aging at NeuroScience, Inc., here’s what’s on our radar: Immunosenescence, which is a fancy way of saying “aging of the immune system”. While you might not give immunosenescence a second thought (because all … Continue reading

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