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Anti-seizure medication improves cognitive function in some Alzheimer’s patients

An inexpensive anti-seizure medication markedly improves learning and memory and other cognitive functions in Alzheimer’s patients who have epileptic activity in their brains, according to a study published in the Sept. 27th issue of JAMA Neurology. Read More

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