The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
Louise Glover explains how working on safari with rhinos and cheetahs helped her come to terms with her epilepsy and grow in confidence.
Our digital marketing officer, Carl Charlesworth, went to the premiere of the film Electricity on 18 October in Islington, London.
Our publications editor Nicola Swanborough explains how a study to identify parts of the brain used for language will benefit those undergoing epilepsy surgery.
Retired litigation lawyer Peter Gornall shares his experience of Epilepsy Society's 2014 annual conference 'Epilepsy: expanding horizons.'
Richard Atterwill has seizures both day and night. He asks why there isn't more support for people with epilepsy in the evenings and at weekends.
Cosima Pole is championing Epilepsy Society's new women and epilepsy survey.
Epilepsy Society's pharmacist, Eisha Gosrani talks about why she loves her job.
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.
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