The latest news, views and opinions from Epilepsy Society.
Student Sophie Harries explains how she refuses to let her epilepsy get in her way at uni.
June Durno joined Epilepsy Society in November 2014 after 35 years working as a care worker in care homes, nursing homes and residential homes.
This week Katie Hopkins challenged our 'seize the day' campaign - a joint project with River Island and Young Epilepsy.
After 20 years of epilepsy and a cocktail of medications, Suzanne Elliott has written her first novel, And I Love Her.
Supporter, Morgan O'Shea-Smith, ran the London Marathon 2015 to raise money and awareness of epilepsy for her mum.
Cassidy Megan, founder of Purple Day, thanks everyone for their support in a special blog written for Epilepsy Society.
Each year Purple Day gets bigger and better. Karen Newman-Brown, an IT Administrative Manager at Aston University who has epilepsy, reminisces on last year's Purple Day.
Nicola Swanborough looks at how an Indian wedding, Celebrity Big Brother house and a Commons debate could impact on epilepsy.
Publications editor Nicola Swanborough looks at how we can ensure the film Electricity gets the audience it deserves.
Author Ray Robinson talks about epilepsy, Agyness Deyn and about seeing his work translated for the big screen.