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Psychosis: Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Delusional Disorder,…

Distinguished future physicians welcome to Stomp on Step 1 the only free videos series that helps you study more efficiently by focusing on the highest yield material. I’m Brian McDaniel…

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How Video Games Can Cause Seizures

Video games get a bad rap, but can they cause seizures? Hello Everyone, Crystal your friendly neuroscientist here for DNews to talk videogames and epilepsy. Normally, the activity in…

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Epilepsy: "The Magic Diet"

Do you know how your magic diet works? I can't remember. It sends very special chemicals to your brain, called ketones, that help to keep your seizures away. We don't actually…

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How to Help Someone Who Has Fainted | First Aid Training

So what do you do if you're out someplace and your friend is starting to feel faint. So, Hannah and I are having a good time and all of a sudden she starts to feel faint. If you…

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Understanding Epilepsy Treatments - April 24, 2014

ROZALYN: Okay. So I think we’ll get started now. So good evening everyone, welcome to the third session in Epilepsy Ontario’s educational webinar series, my name is Rozalyn Werner-Arcé,…

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How to Detect the Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease

How to Detect the Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease. Parkinson's disease is a chronic condition caused by a lack of dopamine in the brain. Diagnosis can sometimes take years;…

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How Physical Trauma from Seizures can Possibly Cause the Eyelids to Droop…

Thank you for your question. You state in your question that you’ve been dealing with something called “fits” for the past 9 to 10 years. But with medications, you are currently under…

By: Amiya Prasad, M.D.
How Does Sleepwalking Work?

(classical music) - Hi I'm Cristen Conger, and this is Brain Stuff. Have you ever seen someone sleepwalking? It's a little bit creepy, right? They might have glassy eyes or…

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Nutrition Q&A - Biliary Atresia Education Day - The Children's Hospital…

When you get the jarred baby foods, do you have a preference of how you fortify them? i do not have a preference. I do have a couple of tricks. When you're getting to the jar of…

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Neuroscience Basics: GABA Receptors and GABA Drugs, Animation

Gamma-aminobutyric acid, or GABA, is the primary INHIBITORY neurotransmitter in the mature brain. It REDUCES neuronal activity of target cells through its binding to GABA receptors…

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Septum pellucidum

The septum pellucidum, is a thin, triangular, vertical double membrane separating the anterior horns of the left and right lateral ventricles of the brain. It runs as a sheet from the…

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