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Accounting & Marketing

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6710 Brain Disorders

Millions of individuals worldwide use the web daily as a supply of health data. Wikipedia could be a well-liked free on-line reference employed by patients and physicians to look for health-related data. Our aim was to guage information-seeking behaviour of communicatory web users looking Wikipedia for articles associated with encephalopathy and epileptic seizures. exploitation Wiki Trends, that provides quantitative data on daily viewing of articles, information on world search queries for Wikipedia articles associated with encephalopathy and seizures were analysed. The daily Wikipedia article views on syncope, mental non-epileptic seizures, migraine, and MS served as comparative information. the amount of research lined was from Jan 2008 to Dec 2014. Overall, the Wikipedia article “epilepsy and driving” was found to be a lot of oftentimes visited than the articles “epilepsy and employment” or “epilepsy in children”. Since Jan 2008, the Wikipedia article “multiple sclerosis” was a lot of typically visited compared to the articles “epilepsy”, “syncope”, “psychogenic nonepileptic seizures” or “migraine”; the article “epilepsy” stratified three,779 and was less oftentimes visited than “multiple sclerosis”, stratified at 571, in traffic on Wikipedia. the very best peak in search volume for the article “epilepsy” coincided with the news of a star having seizures. Fears and worries concerning epileptic seizures, their impact on driving and employment, and news concerning celebrities with encephalopathy can be major determinants in looking Wikipedia for data. Neurodevelopmental disorders square measure a bunch of disorders that have an effect on the event of the systema nervosum, resulting in abnormal brain function[1] which can have an effect on feeling, mentality, self-control, and memory. the consequences of neurodevelopmental disorders tend to last for a human period.


•              Addiction.

•              Arachnoid cysts.

•              Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

•              Autism.

•              Bipolar disorder.

•              Catalepsy.

•              Depression.

•              Encephalitis.

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