'Vanity Fair' editor sues Twitter troll for giving him a seizure
The user tweeted an animation at the editor that triggered his epilepsy.
Brain-fixing injectable wires will soon be tested on humans
Doctors will use it to perform experiments on people with epilepsy.
Implantable computer chip could spot seizures before they start
The wetware would work in tandem with the patient's grey matter.
Scientists predict human thought in real time, nearly every time
Researchers at the University of Washington tracked perception at the speed of thought.
Apple introduces ResearchKit apps for autism, melanoma and epilepsy
New research apps on the open-source framework will look at detecting early signs of diseases.
Researchers find that people with epilepsy process music differently
Epileptic patients are more likely to have their brainwaves synchronize to music
FDA approves a drug made using 3D printing
For the first time, the US Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug made in part through 3D printing.
PotBotics: better cannabis recommendations through science
Bay Area startup PotBotics is building a new way for medical marijuana patients to find the right strain for their specific malady -- with science!
Hands-on with Smart Monitor's SmartWatch, the seizure sensing wristwatch
Millions of people suffer from epileptic seizures, and the threat of such episodes is a constant co...