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Seizures are an uncontrolled condition that electrical activity in the brain produces convulsion. These convulsions may be minor physical signs, disturbances, and or a combination of symptoms together. Seizures can be caused by head injuries, tumors in the brain, poisoning of lead, the brain has some sort of maldevelopement, found in genes, infections, fever, or illnesses. The types of symptoms and the type of seizure found in a person...

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Issues surrounding Seizures Disorders

 Issues Surrounding Seizures Disorders Grand Canyon University: SPE 573 May 28, 2014 Today children are diagnosed with disorders that impact their learning. Many schools are faced with challenges daily with students that have disabilities or disorders that impact their learning. However, as educators, hard work helps to conquer any barriers that are put before us. Even though strategies are applied, some things cannot be abolished. Our schools have to do their best to curtail any...

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Cannabis verses pharmaceutical drugs to treat seizure disorders

verses pharmaceutical drugs to treat seizure disorders Melissa M. Phillips COM/172 April 21, 2014 Scott Tobias Cannabis verses pharmaceutical drugs to treat seizure disorders. Chronic illnesses are prevalent this day and age due to various environmental factors, lifestyle choices, and the use of pharmaceutical drugs. There are various pharmaceutical drugs to treat patients who have chronic pain, depression, anxiety, Alzheimer's, cancer, and various seizure disorders. However, the effects of pharmaceutical...

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Seizure Disorders

SEIZURE DISORDERS Seizures happen when the brain cells send out abnormal signals. When people have recurrent seizures it called a seizure disorder also known as Epilepsy. There are two general types of seizures; partial seizures and generalized seizures. Small partial seizures involve part of the brain. They symptoms include involuntary twitching of the muscles, changes in the vision, vertigo, and unusual taste and smells. The person does not lose consciousness. Complex partial seizures have...

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"Epilepsy", What is Epilepsy, how does one get epilepsy, what are the different types of Epilpsy, and what are the causes.

Background: Epilepsy is also referred to as seizure disorder; it is a chronic brain disorder that briefly interrupts the normal electrical activity of the brain to cause seizures. These seizures can be characterized by a variety of symptoms including uncontrolled movements of the body, disorientation or confusion, sudden fear, or loss of consciousness. Epilepsy may be a result from a head injury, stroke, brain tumor, lead poisoning, or genetic conditions. An interesting fact about epilepsy is that...

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Search and Seizure

Search and Seizure The Legal and Ethical Issues Involved with Search and Seizure in Our Classrooms. Learning Team C Brandon Kennard, Christine McGee, Joshua Anderson, Tammy Romo EDL/535 October 13, 2014 Dr. Rahim Jones Agenda • • • • • • • • • • • 8:00 am- Welcome 8:30- Define search and seizure 9:00- Types of searches 9:15- School’s Rights 9:30- Student’s Rights 9:45- BREAK 10:00- 4th and 5th Amendments 10:15- Court cases and scenarios 11:00- Searches at the District and State level 11:30- Officer...

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Medical Marijuana Persuasive Speech

suffering in all forms would you? Medical Marijuana could help patients suffering from various illness, such as Cancer and epilepsy being some of the harshest diseases. If a child suffering from constant hourly seizures was to be treated with medical marijuana they could possibly stop the seizures all together but at the very least would reduce them significantly, to only two or three times per month. Due to the new medical advances cannabis sativa has been proven a medical miracle for epilepsy patients...

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The Primitive Culture of Hmong

(Fadiman, p. 20). Even though epilepsy is thought by Americans as a severe illness, Lia`s parents had a conflicting view of pride and concern. On one side epilepsy was thought to be a special sign that the person will become a shaman because “Their seizures are thought to be evidence that they have the power to perceive things other people cannot see, as well as facilitating their entry into trances, a prerequisite for their journeys into the realm of the unseen.’’ (Fadiman, p. 21). “They felt Lia was...

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Search and Seizure

Fourth Amendment, which protects our citizens and visitors from an array of items. A few in particular would be; right to privacy, search, and seizure. The Fourth Amendment also sets the tone for how arrests are affected and how reasonableness is weighed on heavily. The Fourth Amendment grants American citizens protection from illegal searches and seizures. The Fourth Amendment is designed to protect the right to privacy and freedom from arbitrary invasions. In order to seek restitution for a violation...

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Search and Seizure

Search and seizure in a school setting has always been regarded as a very sensitive topic. Some of the questions that arise are what is deemed to be reasonable grounds to search? What particular rights are there to search? When focusing on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Section 8 guarantees the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure. (Mckay and Sutherland 2006) I will be focusing on two cases that went to court and what can be concluded based on these cases is that there...

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