For some children with autism, stopping seizures may aid brain development

It’s been long known that many children with autism also have epilepsy or some form of seizure disorder. Not so well understood was the relationship between the two.

But a new Penn study suggests that early life seizures may switch on synapses in the brain that can lead to further development delays

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