Items Tagged ‘Seizures’

January 30, 2012

Erin Brockovich to probe New York ‘mass hysteria’ case

By Mystery User

Erin Brockovich has announced she’ll be looking into an outbreak of Tourette’s-like symptoms among a group of high school students in western New York, to see if they have any environmental causes…Though the causes may be in the mind, the effects can be highly debilitating. According to the Mayo Clinic, they can include difficulty swallowing, […]

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Tags: deafness, difficulty swallowing, Erin Brockovich, New York, paralysis, Seizures, Tourette's


April 13, 2010

Former NHSFR champion returns to McGee Park after ordeal

By Mystery User

Raley Radomske looked like a normal college freshman…   She competed in breakaway roping moments earlier in the Ty Waybourn Memorial Rodeo. She has not, however, competed at New Mexico State University.That’s because two July seizures sidetracked her journey toward college independence and helped doctors diagnose her with a brain tumor…   Radomske turned to […]

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Tags: Dr. Richard Zimmerman, Seizures


November 12, 2009

Better Bodies – Epilepsy and Seizures

By Kelley Luckstein Kelley Luckstein

One in 100 people will suffer a seizure at one point in their life. Many people assume they have epilepsy, but do they? There are more than 250-thousand people locally living with this disorder. November is National Epilepsy Awareness month and David Bonanno an epileptic, with him is Dr. William Tatum, a neurologist at Mayo Clinic.    […]

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Tags: epilepsy, Seizures


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