Epilepsy

We’ve selected a few epilepsy-related stories from the past week that we think may be of interest to you, including how a poll shows half of people with epilepsy forget to take epilepsy medicines at least once a month…


We understand your worries as a parent or guardian of a child living with epilepsy. So we’ve put together some helpful advice for when they go to university..


The Embrace Epilepsy Watch has life-changing capabilities, and Paul Jones, a Primary Assessor from Wigan Council’s Early Intervention Team, has written about how the Embrace has allowed Kayleigh to regain her independence.


We’ve pulled together some epilepsy-related news stories from the week, including how a mum has been inspired to run because of her daughter’s epilepsy…


We’ve pulled together some epilepsy-related news stories from the week, including how a case study suggests that taking a “selfie” could trigger seizure-like activity in the brain…


We’ve picked a few epilepsy-related news stories from the past week, including a woman who has shared her battle with epilepsy, bullying and isolation…


We’ve picked out some interesting epilepsy news articles from the past week that we think you might like to read…


In another of Penny’s blogs, she talks about managing day-to-day with her epilepsy, and also the headaches that it can bring…


We’ve picked a few epilepsy-related news stories from the past week, including how information about SUDEP should be made available to those with epilepsy…


We’ve picked out some epilepsy-related news stories that we think may be of interest to you, including how a gene defect in dogs could help treat epilepsy in humans…