The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
Louise, 41, explains why Epilepsy Society's Helpline is such a lifeline when she needs to talk about the impact of her epilepsy.
Zoe Gude explains why she would like students to be taught about epilepsy in secondary school, so they understand what it is like to live with seizures.
The Department of Health and Social Care has reassured those living with epilepsy that they are doing "everything they can" to ensure the continuation of medicines supply after the UK leaves the EU. Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, writes for the Epilepsy Society blog.
Why NICE is right to be cautious about recommending medicinal cannabis for two childhood epilepsy syndromes. Our medical director, Professor Ley Sander writes.
Professor Ley Sander talks about the risks of seizures following the death of Disney star Cameron Boyce.
Paige Dawkins, Epilepsy Society's Marketing and Communications Executive, is taking on the Great North Run 2019 for Epilepsy Society. Here, she talks about training for the half martahon and why she has taken on this challenge.
Izzy Dennis is undertaking work experience in the communications and marketing team at Epilepsy Society. She explains why she chose to do work experience with us.
Maria Pia is Italian and has epilepsy. She explains how painting helps her epilepsy.
Les Gibbie is taking on a 500 mile walk across Northern Spain for five weeks to raise money for Epilepsy Society. Here, Les talks about why he has decided to take on this challenge.
Actor with epilepsy, Jack Cray, talks about his journey with epilepsy and why he devised his one man show, Jack Cray: The Fittest Guy On The Street.