Neurology

Oklahoma man recovers after near-fatal hunting trip

Oklanoma man recovers after near-fatal hunting trip Soft-spoken, his words tinged with a thick Oklahoma drawl, Tom Watters sat next to his wife, Linda, Thursday in a Billings Clinic exam room and told a harrowing tale.

How on a hunting trip a year ago in the Bull Mountains, shrapnel from an accidental rifle shot pierced his brain and left him critically injured.

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Billings Gazette Article - Written by Susan Olp, Photo by Larry Mayer (Gazette Staff)
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Electric zaps can help rewire the brains of Tourette syndrome patients, effectively reducing their uncontrollable vocal and motor tics, a new study shows.

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Survivors of terror attacks may be at risk of developing frequent migraines or tension-type headaches, a new study suggests.

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A common anti-seizure drug may pose a birth defect problem for pregnant women, a new study warns.

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It's been used by many people to help ease sleep apnea, but new research suggests the CPAP mask may also help ease seizures in people with epilepsy.

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For children with epilepsy who don't find relief from their seizures with medication, a tightly controlled nutrition plan might help, a pair of new studies suggests.

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