The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
As World Cup fever takes over, our boy from Brazil, medical director Professor Ley Sander, right, reflects on how a seizure in the street kick started a lifelong interest in epilepsy.
Tim Wright explains how his love for girlfriend Jasmine far outweighs any challenges posed by her epilepsy.
School teacher Tim Pitman has epilepsy and he doesn't mind who knows. He tells all through his purple t-shirt and his purple prose.
Olympic athlete James Cracknell will be running for Epilepsy Society's 'team purple' at the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday.
Claire has had epilepsy all her life. Here she explains how she refuses to lose hope of finding a drug that will control her seizures.
Daniel Pruce was diagnosed with epilepsy while working for the British Embassy in Bangkok. Here he examines the impact of his diagnosis.
Switching between epilepsy drugs can be a problem, writes Sarah Vibert. Tell us about your experiences in our survey.
Epilepsy and sight loss cast a dark shadow over Roy Watson's life but gradually he has learned to find himself again through art.
Nicola Swanborough, publications editor at Epilepsy Society, looks at how better epilepsy care could keep people out of A&E and save the NHS money.
More and more people with epilepsy are blogging about their experience of living with the condition. Aimee Haines is a regular blogger - here is what she has to say!
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