Welcome Panthers Fans!

Check Out The All NEW & Original Carolina Panthers Den Message Board! - Many New Improvements & Features For Everyone! - New Photo Gallery Added!.... Please Register To Participate On The Forums Today! .... Updated 2007 Panthers Schedule Posted In Our Forums! .... Join Us For All The LATEST News & Discussions On Your Carolina Panthers Everyday!: Keyshawn Johnson Cut by Panthers!-Discuss on our Message Board NOW! .... Download Our NEW Panthers Den Toolbar And Get Panthers News Sent To Your Desktop! ..... Plenty Of Fun & Games: Enter Our Arcade Tournaments And Compete Against Other Forum Members! ....Try Our New Sports Bookie & Casino And Rack Up Your 'Gold Points!' .....Login To See Who Our Newest Member Of The Month Is And Find Out How YOU Can Be Our Next WINNER!!! .... We Have Something For Everyone! - Don't Miss Out On All The "Crazy Feline Fun!" At Carolina Panthers Den! - The Most "Interactive" Panthers Fansite & Message Board On The Net!!! - GUARANTEED!!!

According to a new research published in Epilepsia.

They suggest future analysis examine the consequences of specific AEDs on fetal development, and whether these results continue from early childhood into adulthood and school-age.. Children subjected to AEDs in womb vulnerable to early development issues: Study Children whose mothers took antiepileptic medicines while pregnant are at increased threat of early development issues, according to a new research published in Epilepsia, a journal published by Wiley on behalf of the International League Against Epilepsy . Outcomes of the study suggest that children exposed to AEDs in the womb were at risk for problems with motor development, language skills, social skills, and autistic traits in comparison to children whose moms didn’t take anti-seizure medications.The patients received an end-of-study examination at week 19 after that, with two years of follow up to evaluate survival. During the study, experts monitored each patient’s hemoglobin level, an indicator of red blood cell production. Darbepoetin was withheld if the patient’s hemoglobin count exceeded 13 grams per deciliter. Related StoriesNew RNA check of blood platelets can be used to detect location of cancerFDA grants accelerated approval for Tagrisso to treat individuals with advanced NSCLCMD Anderson research reveals why chemotherapy medicines not effective for most pancreatic tumor patientsAccording to the researchers, fewer patients in the darbepoetin group required transfusions during the scholarly study, however the overall difference between the darbepoetin and placebo groups was not statistically significant.