Common Seizure Triggers in Infants and Children
Everyone has a seizure threshold in their brain, meaning that anyone can have one but some of us are more susceptible than others. Read this list to help track them and narrow down the potential triggers.
Kids With Epilepsy More Likely to Have Psychological Challenges
Kids with epilepsy are more likely to have psychological challenges, like emotion, behavior, learning or development difficulties. Read about why this happens and what can be done about it.
How The Ketogenic Diet Helped My Son With Refractory Epilepsy
Will, diagnosed with refractory epilepsy, was having up to 100 seizures a day. Read how the ketogenic diet helped him achieve seizure freedom.
Understanding Different Seizure Symptoms
Not all seizures have the same set of symptoms. Learn more about different types of seizure symptoms and warning signs.
Cincinnati Children’s patient wins Chopped Junior
A brief summary and link to media story about a patient winning Chopped Junior.
Review of Epilepsy and Seizure Tracking Apps
A comprehensive review of three epilepsy and seizure tracking applications by researchers in our Center for Adherence and Self Management.
Lily’s Journey with Linear Nevus Sebaceous Syndrome
Lily is a smart, active two year old and the light of my life. If you meet her, you might also notice that she has large, flesh-colored lesions on her
Can Medical Marijuana Combat Epileptic Seizures?
Scientists at Cincinnati Children’s and the University of Cincinnati will begin clinical trials to determine whether Epidiolex, a drug processed from marijuana plants, can help ward off seizures in people