Read the latest epilepsy news from Epilepsy Society.
Epilepsy Society launches new first aid campaign after young man has seizure on escalator
20 May 2019
Epilepsy Society have launched a new campaign, "Calm, Cushion, Call" to raise awareness of seizure first aid.
Medics warned to fly less for health of their patients
17 May 2019
Three of the world's leading epilepsy specialists have warned that climate change may be damaging the health of their patients. And they are challenging medical...
Shortage of Epanutin Infatabs 50 mg will now last until November 2019
3 May 2019
We have been advised by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer that due to manufacturing delays, the shortage of Epanutin (phenytoin) Infatabs 50mg will now last from 1...
Peter Hook to perform anniversary concerts in celebration of Joy Division and donate to Epilepsy...
30 April 2019
Peter Hook has recently announced two anniversary concerts with his band, The Light, to perform Joy Division material. He will be making a donation to Epilepsy...
Epilepsy Society's MRI unit hosted 3rd ILAE Neuroimaging course
29 April 2019
Expert consultants and radiographers in epilepsy recently attended the 3rd ILAE British Branch Epilepsy Neuroimaging course at Epilepsy Society.
Regional volunteer of Epilepsy Society attends reception at Windsor Castle
24 April 2019
Long-time epilepsy volunteer Monica Kendall, met HM The Queen when she enjoyed a visit to Windsor Castle on 2 April 2019.
Woman suffers horrific injuries due to falling during a seizure
24 April 2019
Almost eight months ago, Natasha McQuinn collapsed onto a boiling hot radiator during a seizure and burnt her back. Now, she is too scared to do everyday activities...
Epilepsy Society calls on Gov to safeguard people with photosensitive epilepsy online
15 April 2019
Epilepsy Society calls for Government to include safeguarding measures for people with photosensitive epilepsy in Online Harms white paper.