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A 2005 survey by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), released in August 2008, states that 0.84% of the U.S. adult population has active epilepsy—and about 33% of these people are not getting adequate treatment for their condition.

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British researchers at Cambridge University have used brain scans, for the first time, to see differences in the brains of OCD patients when compared to the brains of people without the psychological brain disorder. Such brain scans could one day help to earlier and more accurately diagnosis obsessive-compulsive disorder in humans.

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Two unique studies, one from Australia and the other from Switzerland, have researched how the brain works while sleeping and awake. The conclusions are: get a good night’s sleep and be mentally active while awake, and you'll reduce the risk of memory diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.

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