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Nerve Stimulation Approved for Children’s Epilepsy

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved use of vagus nerve stimulation to treat epilepsy in children who do not respond to drug therapy as young as 4 years old. . . . → Read More: Nerve Stimulation Approved for Children’s Epilepsy

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Flu Vaccine Patch Shown Safe, Responsive

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