The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
Epilepsy Society's content manager Nicola Swanborough explains how BBC Three's 'What not to say to someone with epilepsy' will do much to smash the stigma around the condition.
Our Vice President John Hirst discusses losing his son to SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy) in 2002 and the effect it's had on his Father's Day.
Playwright Louise Monaghan talks about her new play, Slipping through Time, which follows the story of a young mum with epilepsy.
A year after being diagnosed with epilepsy, mum of two Katy Mann explains how her children have to push her round the house in an office chair.
It's a little known fact that while St. Valentine is widely associated with love and the giving of 'valentines', he is also the patron saint of people with epilepsy.
New mum Emma Johnstone and her husband Will, look back at how love and romance played a part in Emma's epilepsy surgery
Our chief executive, Clare Pelham and acting chairman of the board of trustees, Adrian Waddingham look at why it might be better to tackle 2017, one day at a time.
Dr Eleanor Tillett, an honorary consultant in sports and exercise medicine at The Institute for Sport, Exercise and Health, University College Hospital, London, gives some tips and advice on sports, exercise and being physically active.
In this blog Trudy tells us why she started running and discusses the positive effects of exercise for both increased seizure control and quality of life.
Our medical director Professor Ley Sander shares his top tips for enjoying a healthy, happy Christmas.