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[Video] How do weather, sleep, and time of day affect seizure risk forecasting?

Seer Medical is a research-driven medical technology company with a mission to empower people to take better control of their health. Research Review is a series where we pull apart peer-reviewed journal articles published by Seer Medical’s research team. Building on our expertise in epilepsy, we are creating end-to-end systems that give people control over…

[Video] Improved seizure forecasting accuracy

Seer Medical is a research-driven medical technology company with a mission to empower people to take better control of their health. Research Review is a series where we pull apart peer-reviewed journal articles published by Seer Medical’s research team. Through our research, we make evident-based business decisions that meet the needs of the Australian healthcare…

[Video] Improving diagnostic yield of long-term epilepsy monitoring

Seer Medical is a research-driven MedTech company with a mission to empower people to take better control of their health. Research Review is a series where we pull apart peer-reviewed journal articles published by Seer Medical’s research team so you can better understand how the science translates into real-life impact. In January 2021, Epilepsia published…

[Video] Meet Professor Mark Cook

Professor Mark Cook is an accomplished neurologist, with decades of experience in the field of neurology. He has dedicated his professional life to the research and development of novel therapies for the treatment of epilepsy in the pursuit of a better life for those living with the condition.  Professor Cook is the Chief Medical Officer…

Father and son sitting on stairs and talking.

Talking to your children about epilepsy

As a parent, it’s natural to feel protective of your children. It’s natural to feel nervous about approaching certain topics or unsure of how to explain them. Even so, there will always be new and important things they need to know. Children are curious by nature, and helping them understand difficult topics is often more…

A hand with the index finger pointing up and with a red bow tied around it. This represents and old idea to tie a bow around your finger to remember something.

Are your memory problems normal?

A certain amount of loss in memory and brain function (thinking, reasoning, perception, and learning) is a perfectly normal part of aging. However, there are some signs of memory loss that are not normal and may indicate a more serious issue. If you experience any abnormal memory loss, or have any concerning symptoms, please seek…