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Connal is off to college

Fiona MacColl celebrates her son Connal's achievement of going off to college and leading an independent student life.

Exercise may reduce epilepsy risk for men later in life

New research suggests men who exercise as young adults may reduce risk of developing epilepsy in later life.

Telling young people about SUDEP risks

Report shows young people want to know about the risks of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy

Epilepsy experts call for more joined up thinking

Leading epilepsy experts call for local and global collaboration in tackling epilepsy.

Research offers new clues to epilepsy deaths

Research published in Lancet Neurology today (Sept 4) provides new clues to the puzzle of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP).

Epilepsy super nurse parachutes in

Juliet Ashton is announced as the country's first ever super nurse for epilepsy.

Getting the same medication every time

Making sure you are prescribed the same version of your anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs) every time is vital in ensuring optimum seizure control.

Epilepsy Society takes fresh look at fundraising

Epilepsy Society's fresh approach to fundraising  is beginning to make an impact. 

My superhero mum

Katy Norris from Epilepsy Society's Chalfont Centre celebrates Learning Disability Week with a blog about her superhero mum, Joan.

Schoolgirl's epilepsy book now available in US

Talented schoolgirl Layla Reid, aged eight, celebrates as her  guide Epilepsy for Kids becomes available in the US.

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