Stacey Gayle really liked dancehall reggae artist Sean Paul's music, but it turned out one of his popular songs was also triggering her epileptic seizures.
"It was terrible," said Gayle, a 24-year-old New Yorker. "It didn't even have to be that loud."
The seizures were so bad that Gayle recently had part of her brain surgically removed in an effort to control her problem.
Gayle began noticing the connection between the seizures and the music in 2006, when one of Sean Paul's tracks,...Full Story