Read the latest epilepsy news from Epilepsy Society.
Study explores the experiences of patients living with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures
4 August 2016
A study has explored patients' accounts of living with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) to reveal insights into a poorly understood, and varied disorder.
BBC radio producer launches new book at Epilepsy Society
3 August 2016
BBC radio producer Colin Grant will be talking about his new book A smell of burning: the story of epilepsy at Epilepsy Society on 23 August from 12.30-1.30pm.
Nationwide study finds that frequency of accompanying disease is high in children with epilepsy
1 August 2016
The overall frequency of accompanying disorders, otherwise known as comorbid disease, has been found to be high in children with epilepsy, according to a study...
Warning over driving and epilepsy
21 July 2016
Epilepsy Society's medical director Professor Ley Sander underlines the importance of people informing the DVLA and stopping driving if they have uncontrolled...
Radio 5 Live Breakfast show talks about epilepsy and travel insurance
21 July 2016
Updated: You can listen to the programme now on iPlayer. Scroll to 41:14 to hear our policy officer Finn O'Dwyer talking about epilepsy and travel insurance. Scroll...
Study finds that night-time seizures in epilepsy disrupt memory consolidation
20 July 2016
Asleep seizures seem to disrupt memory consolidation, according to a pilot study published in Clinical Neurophysiology.