Monthly Archives: June 2012

Can seizure medication (such as Keppra) cause delayed reactions, or difficulty in thinking fast?

Two epilepsy specialists at Yale, Drs. Richard Mattson and Lawrence J. Hirsch, have been the principal investigators on research in this area and have published on the tolerability of medications for epilepsy. We turned to Dr. Hirsch for an answer to … Continue reading

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Are antibiotics always necessary to cure a sinus infection?

Mark Bianchi, M.D., is an assistant professor of surgery at Yale School of Medicine who specializes in allergies and sinus problems.  He writes: “Sinus infections (sinusitis) can be either viral (i.e. a common cold or flu) or bacterial. Only the bacterial … Continue reading

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