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Agitation and Depression in Patients with Brain Disease

Depression and stress are normal among people who have illnesses that affect their brain. Understanding the possible causes of depression and stress can help ensure that the person gets the necessary medical or therapeutic care.

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  • Why are there so many great writers with epilepsy?

    Why are there so many great writers with epilepsy?

    The writers that crafted Alice and her wonderland, Tiny Tim and the brothers Karamazov had something in common besides extraordinary talent: epilepsy. Do seizures and novels go hand in hand? See more »

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    Asperger Syndrome

    Children with autism are frequently seen as aloof and uninterested in others, unlike those with Asperger syndrome who usually want to fit in and have interaction with others. Check out facts about asperger syndrome and treatment options. See more »

  • The Ultimate Tourette Syndrome Quiz

    The Ultimate Tourette Syndrome Quiz

    Even though Tourette syndrome does not cause any real health complications, it can lead to significant psychological distress. A syndrome that is not well understood by medical professionals, teachers and the general public alike, Tourette syndrome can greatly impact your child's social and emotional development. Take this quiz and learn about this serious, yet non-life threatening condition. See more »

  • Agitation and Depression in Patients with Brain Disease

    Agitation and Depression in Patients with Brain Disease

    Depression and stress are normal among people who have illnesses that affect their brain. Understanding the possible causes of depression and stress can help ensure that the person gets the necessary medical or therapeutic care. See more »

  • Brain Disease Conversation Starters

    Brain Disease Conversation Starters

    Talking about brain disease, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment can seem overwhelming sometimes. The tips in this article will help simplify this process. See more »

  • Coping While Caring for Someone With Alzheimer's

    Coping While Caring for Someone With Alzheimer's

    Are you caring for a loved one with dementia? Learn more about this disease and find tips that will help you effectively give care to an individual afflicted with this illness. See more »

  • Evaluating Facilities and Services for Care of Brain Illnesses

    Evaluating Facilities and Services for Care of Brain Illnesses

    A diagnosis of a brain disease such as a brain tumor or dementia is often the first step into a new world. Learn more about dementia in this article. See more »

  • How can you have fun with epileptic children?

    How can you have fun with epileptic children?

    Although epilepsy can make it difficult for kids to live a normal life, there are ways for them to overcome the physical challenges they face. You can learn more about how you can have fun with epileptic children by reading this article. See more »

  • How to Deal With Motion Sickness

    How to Deal With Motion Sickness

    Oh that queasy feeling, when the world just won't stop swaying or bobbing. No matter what the mode of transport, the result can be motion sickness. Learn tips to help avoid this uncomfortable state. See more »

  • How to Have a Difficult Conversation About Brain Illnesses

    How to Have a Difficult Conversation About Brain Illnesses

    When you and your family enter the world of brain illness, whether you are dealing with a brain tumor or a diagnosis of dementia, you will have a lot to talk about. Take a look at what you need to know about dementia. See more »

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